Heringsdorf, Germany, Septrmber 2013
To lighten up the gray, cold days of December, a little souvenir from the Baltic Sea coast. Sun rising between the clouds, no people on the beach, only the birds, from seagulls, pigeons, crows to cormorants and sea sparrows.
Schönfeld, Germany, July 2013
In summer, these little flying jewels sparkle in the sun, while flying around the plants near lakes and ponds.
Großer Garten, Dresden, Germany, June 2013
On the shore of one of the little springs crossing the Garten was sitting, not far from the vigil eyes of the parents and other duck family members, this fistful of fluff – the ducklings keeping themselves warm from each other’s body warmth.
What could be nicer as a present than something with a very personal connotation, the Weasel thought to himself. The paws got busy – et voila! In a few hours it was all done and perfect. The pendants are from the craft store. The plastic transparent sheet was cut from a bigger foil I got long time ago, again from the craft store, for a different project. It took longer to make the drawings and tweaking the pic in Photoshop. I didn’t even use glue. Easy and fun thing to do for a weasel.
June 2013, Dresden, Germany
Enjoying summer, enjoying the scents of flowers, enjoying the myriad colors, tones and shades, the chirping of the birds, the sun and the blue sky. What can be more beautiful than that?
Dresden, Germany, June 2013
In one morning the Weasel encountered an unusual character – a so called Wood Duck. Is it lost, was it brought on purpose there or was just a tourist, as this type of duckies are typical for the Americas (USA and Mexico). But the Weasel was fascinated by the beauty of this apparition, and had to stop and snap a few pics. The new acquaintance was strutting undisturbed around, under the close observation of some girly-duckies, as he was showing proudly his beautiful attire around.
Dresden, Germany, May 2013
This long-legged, gracious creature stopped for a little break on the lake in the park, in a late afternoon. The heron kept me under close observation as I stopped to snap pictures. Was almost to miss my train, but it was worth.
March 2012, Radebeul Germany
One would think that would find remains of Art Nouveau style in Paris or Vien or some other big European capital city. The most treasures are actually hidden (how else?) in little places that, for different reasons (mainly financial) survived the great plans of modernization, remaining intact and, many, being lucky enough to be restored (also for financial reasons).
Elberadweg, Germany, May 2013
Hidden between the leaves colored in this rich, pulsing-of-life green was this little ruby-colored treasure enjoying the warmth of the sun.