If it's silent here, you find me there
Text "Die Freude des Abwaschens" (The Joy of Doing the Dishes)
Kuenstlerinnen und ihre Gaerten
(from minute 13'55'' - 18'44'' (Minute 14 - Minute 19))
Interview with Conscientious Photography Magazine
2022 01 24
Thank you very much Joerg Colberg for asking me some questions about work and life!
You can read the interview here:
Die Weiden der anderen - Sheep at ZEITmagazin
2022 01 20
Sheep! I had the very pleasure to spend some time some weeks ago with these friendly sheep. I am still deeply impressed by the peaceful atmosphere among these sheep. Wool is a topic I am very interested in. And these sheep live on hills I know since some years. I took there some of my first WIESE meadow photos. These sheep are called Grauwolliges Pommersches Landschaf. They make a very warm, grey wool. I have sewn some of my sweaters with that wool fabric. So i am more than happy that I could finally take photos of these friendly sheep around this beautiful landscape.
I took photos of around 440 female sheep. Now they are sheared, in the barn, giving birth to their lambs.
I took many more photos and will be in the colourlab soon to enlarge these. I find them perfectly calming. I dream of a book with these photos.
Vielen Dank, Schäferei Westphal in Groß Zicker, Halbinsel Mönchgut, Biospärenreservat Südost-Rügen!
Die Gärten der anderen - Salbei at ZEITmagazin
2022 01 13
Sage! Salbei! One of my very favorite plants is this week’s Garden Column topic at Zeitmagazin. Thank you very much Burkhard Bohne for answering all my questions about sage. Now I know that sage grows a bit too well in my garden, there is a very good soil. And every sage plant grows fast. If you want a more intense sage, you can mix some sand into the earth. But I am so very happy with my well growing sage plants and eat sage all year long. There is much more to say about sage, there are a lot of proverbs that underline the healthy benefits of sage. And, it is just a beautiful plant that look good all year long. And it is not eaten by slugs!
2022 01 12
Thank you very much 2021 and welcome 2022!
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