The photograph was taken in the forest of the Erzgebirge. 2018
The photograph was taken in the forest on the Rennsteigweg. 2013
The photograph was taken in the mountains of the Erzgebirge. 2015
Photograph - Many cultures painting stones. This pattern is from the sorbian tradition: strokes as sun, eggs, flowers, half-sun, moon and bundle of rays on the "Easter Stone" are sources of light and stand for growth, recurring spring and awakening endless life.
Photograph of my SD-Card.
Home window, 2017
The photograph shows Lake Zurich, 2017
It is a photo collage. There are two identical halves of the face in perfect proportion. Red dollar signs in the eyes and red cut flowers in the hands. These are daffodils.
The egg-laying wool-milk sow is a phrase used to describe a thing, person or problem solution
which "has only advantages, satisfies all needs, meets all requirements".
The saying was first mentioned in a poem in Germany in 1956:
The struggle for the egg-laying wool pig
Once a breeder came up with the idea,
What the animal world would be like,
If, by clever mating.
Fish create with frizzy hair.
They'll be shaved like poodles
And the species otherwise multiply
What we need is a pig,
The merino wool wears
And laying eggs to boot.
That should be your breeding!
This ideal conception is illustrated by an imaginary farm animal, which as a hybrid being is the Benefits of different animal species, namely of chicken (laying eggs), sheep (supplying wool), cow (milk) and pig (meat) are united in itself.
Symbolically it also stands for abundance, overreaching, gluttony and excess.
Our world is not a woolly milk pig.
The wool-milk sow is now dead and the question is what is left and WHO HAS THE
WOOL-MILK SOW killed??? What do we do now?
German landscape 2017
Weimar, Weimarhallenpark, 2016
Grounding, ...the grounding of man and the measure of things in the whirlpool of infinity, of water, of the blue water. Hands touch the feet and hovering in the infinity.
Where are we today?
Leonardo Da Vinci with the wonderful drawing "Vitruvian Man, Study of Proportions, circa 1490 shows impressively how long the arms of man reach and we very much try to stretch out the arms even further than we can.
What should we remember?
Cows graze in the beautiful pasture. It will be idyllic, peaceful. Next to them, old quarries and shafts, mines in East Germany.