Sunflower Field and Evening Sky

Visiting a sunflower field, before venturing on to gather wild herbs and rowan berries. I recharge and absorb the warmth of the evening sun. The temps have dropped to a chilling 12 °C. Going deeper into the sunflower field, a bee, stiffened from the cold, is stuck to a huge sunflower head. I wonder if it will make it through the night. It would wake up to plenty of food though. A few seconds later the sun has vanished and the sky is ablaze…

Bees on our White Lavender

Every year, dozens of bees and bumblebees are collecting nectar and pollen on our white lavender. Now is that time again. The above photo was a lucky shot. My lens is not really suited for macro photography. But in this image all the details of the insect are clearly visible, whereas the surrounding has a nice bokeh effect, created by motion blur and depth of field. So here we go, another bee joins the “flower devils” photo series.

Dissection Photo Maps

Commemorating the 10 year anniversary of the “Dissection Midsummer Massacre”, I am making new photo maps. The map shown here was commissioned by a fan from Germany. The map contains 32 prints of my concert photos from the Dissection Midsummer Massacre + 1 band photo from the “Reinkaos” album booklet. The prints are 20 x 30 cm. Each photo is signed on the back. The map is hand-made from black photo-carton and the hendecagram on the cover is also drawn by hand. A short intro text accompanies the photo prints. For details please view the above photos.

Pricing: 99 Euro + shipping

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Dusk Flowers

Flowers photographed in the dim evening light, May ’16

Male Fern II

Male Fern Frond Unfurling, April ’16

Male Fern

Another take on the so-called male fern “hand”, April ’16

Foetid Devil

A common carder bee (Bombus pascuorum), on the green flower of stinking hellebore (Helleborus foetidus), photographed one evening in April ’14

Spring ’16

King Dude

Of silver crucifixes, tequila and pesky crane drivers…

King Dude, Feb. 26, 2016 at Scheune, Dresden

February Moon 2016

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Mystical sight this morning at 5 am, the ghostly February moon, surrounded by a huge orange halo, setting behind our neighbour’s Linden tree…