Deafening noise, soaking wet clothes, slippery stones – not an easy undertaking, quite respectable and definitely exciting – that is the waterfall I’m in right now.
Then I see Johnny lingering still in the midst of the thundering, raging forces. Nothing can distract him from his calm. I am impressed. My finger presses the shutter release of my camera.
Today, while looking through my Venezuela pictures, I somehow got stuck on this picture – taken exactly 5 weeks ago.
Keeping calm in the midst of a roaring environment – I like that. It is a virtue. It allows you to keep something very important despite whatever noise or bustle buzzes around you: control!
And that is what I wish for you. Have a great time.
2 Min. When I tackle a new project and doubt or hesitate, which is often, I repeat this phrase: “Not easy, but humanly possible, so doable.” Like here with a desensitization with a tarantula.
< 1 Min. My personal favourite photos from over 93,000 travel images in my database. The 28 colour and two black-and-white photos were taken over eleven years, eleven countries with ten lenses on seven cameras.
Publication in the German Business Punk-Magazine
17 Min. Sabbaticals against office boredom come in all forms, but the training as a ranger in Kruger National Park in South Africa is the platinum variant. An regrettably much too short report of this experience.