Near the Water – Nov. 2011

Hello Everyone!

Before  the rain and cold Winter approaches, here are some photos from November’s nice weather. The following images are of  the Bavarian lakes, Tegernsee, Ammersee and Starnbergersee . Below, you will also find a few photos of children at night holding lanterns. These are from the Feast of St. Martin celebration here in Munich. It is a tradition for children to carry homemade paper lanterns through the streets before meeting at a bonfire. Here, the story of St. Martin is shared with the children and the other walkers about how he cut his coat in half and warmed a poor man on the street. The children are given a piece of bread to share with there company, just as he did with the poor man. It was beautiful seeing all the children’s colourful lanterns and hearing their carols. A new tradition I was very glad to be a part of.   I hope this cold wet weather brings snow, I can not wait for Winter photos!


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My approach to photography is simple and pure. I use only natural light to create an image; and work hard to develop an artistic photo, whether it be for a client or as a self project. I do not care about staging shots, excessive make up, and set ups. I capture what is there, with love for that special moment. With an advanced diploma in photography from Canada, I choose to follow my dream to work as a freelance photographer. With over 10 years in experience, I can capture your special moments, smiling faces, products or food in a simplistic, colourful and uncomplicated way. I photograph with my heart and believe in sustainability, conscious consumption and responsibility. When you book a photography session, purchase an image, or participate in a workshop or retreat, you are supporting social organizations and projects. I run my small business on green electricity, all print material is climate-neutral and supports other charitable projects for people and the environment. This is a very important concept for me to follow. Every daily decision and choice we make, has the potential to create a cleaner and happier community and world. If you are interested in purchasing fine art photographs or my cookbook, hoping to have images taken or just want to connect, I am happy to make a new friend. For questions, inquiries and commissions, please contact me through my contact page.

One thought on “Near the Water – Nov. 2011

  1. What a pleasure to reach a bit of my hometown in your pictures, who are very pretty.
    I wish you and my bro’ a happy happy new year!
    Keep smiling, es steht dir so gut.

    Des baisers de Nantes à Munich

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