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Dr. Christoph Leitl is the president of the Austrian chamber of commerce – more pictures in the gallery.
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Today we went for a little walk in the Viennese Woods and did an improvised “hair” shooting… more pictures here.
I shot this picture in Sevilla at high noon – at this time of day the Spanish sun turns the lime-painted houses into glittering buildings that bedazzle the few foreigners ignoring the sacred time of siesta. My camera’s sensor gave up on these extreme lighting conditions, and only by under-exposing the original picture (three full exposure stops), the lady and the window suddenly appeared, reminding me of “magic paper” used by children to communicate secretly.
The main reason why I like this picture so much though is because it proves a point: sometimes, technology works best when failing…
Gibraltar, even though surrounded by Andalusia and the sea, is a British overseas territory, a tax haven and the top choice for rich Britisch old folks craving to spend their retirement years in warm, comfortable climate zone. The massive Rock of Gibraltar doesn’t leave too much space for housing – that’s why the city bears a strong resemblance with the famous computer game Sim City 2000. If you travel there, greet the monkey and tell them I’ll be back soon!
Alf Poier is one of Austria’s most famous comedians. His new show will premiere at October 4th at Orpheum Vienna. Yesterday we joined him in Purkersdorf for the sneak preview of “Backstage”. I shot some freestyle-pics from the audience – this way for the complete Alf Poier album.