Author: frank

  • Rejklavic, Island 2021

    Rejklavic, Island 2021

    We spend 2 nights in nice hotel in Icelands capital city. A very intersting town, great archicture, lot’s of stuff ot see and do.

  • Geysir, the original one

    Geysir, the original one

    More photos from Iceland. This was one of the “hey, there are some tourists around here” destinations, but it was not too crowded and we had luck with the light – it looks rather mystical.

  • More MCP

    More MCP

    Really happy how KingPin turned out.

  • Dynjandi, Island

    Dynjandi, Island

    One of the many “iconic” waterfalls. We had, as you can see, ok weather, but also a memorable experience. When we came back to the car, after 2 hours walking around the waterfall, we had a flat. So the tyre needed to be changed, and in the next town we got the original one repaired.

  • Dune 2021

    Finally got around to watch Dune in the movie theater yesterday. If you are in one of the following control groups: (a) – tired of seeing movies owned by disney (b) tired of every SciFi flick in the last years is Star Wars (and owned by disney) (c) or every “SciFi” flick is Marvel (and […]

  • Harpa


    We spend the 2nd half of October in Iceland on vacation. One of the many amazing things we have seen there is Harpa, the concert hall in Reykjavík. As the first of hopefully many posts to follow about this trip, here are some impressions of this great building.

  • Bears in Slovenia

    Bears in Slovenia

    I am grateful to have spend 3 days with, I spend 5-6 hours a day in a comfortable hide in the woods of slovenia. You can read more about the area and the services they provide at the link above. We were lucky (5-7 people in the group), we saw bears every day. Out […]

  • A summer afternoon in the city

    Photograhing and ending up at the Prime Tower, once again.

  • Greifensee, early morning

    This morning, we got up at around 5:30 and went to Greifensee, a beautiful area 10min away from us. One of the first things we saw was a beaver, swimming across the lake. In general, we were lucky, observed the mating dance of the crested grebe, and saw at least a lot of other action, […]

  • Nuoler Ried, on a grey afternoon

    First time to the Nuoler Ried, and it was a forgettable, grey April afternoon. Not a lot to see there, and the light was terrible. But we were glad we went, as we saw for the first time a flock of around ten swans take flight and move straight towards us. A great experience, those […]