Pixum Photo Contest

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Proud to share my joy with whoever reads my blog: my photo (Am Wall Mühle from "Bremen by Night" collection) won a photo contest on G+ organised by Pixum!

Pixum (www.pixum.de) is one of the leaders in print-on-demand services worldwide and I was actually checking how to integrate their API in my website when I discovered they were launching their first contest on G+ and I was happy to participate.

The contest (with theme "Night") ended on 25th February 2014 and I'd like to thank once again my G+ followers who voted for my photo and support me every day in my photographic endeavour.

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Flower's Shadow

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Flower's Shadow

My photography means something to me. It evokes memories, feelings, sometimes very powerful. But I had no idea it can touch other people. Last evening I found this out, thanks to Michelle Certonio who saw my photo on G+. She told me my photo inspired her to write a song and you can find below the lyrics and the photo which I titled "Flower's Shadow". She transformed a simple photo into a visual poem! I can't thank you enough, Michelle!

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Thank you, 2013!

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Konigsee Berchtesgaden photo cards

In my culture, we don't celebrate Thanksgiving. But at the end of every year, I look back what I accomplished during the year and I acknowledge things I am grateful for. And 2013 was quite generous to me.

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Circle me, google plus!

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Circle me, google plus!

Christmas is coming and I thought is the right time to do a little SEO and marketing for my website. Since I am offering my photography as FREE ecards, I am not able to spend a fortune on marketing strategies or hiring someone to do it for me. So I tried what is handy and trendy now: social media. Let me tell you a bit more of my experience on this.

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Unfollowing Bach

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Leipzig Hauptbahnhof at Christmas

I did not imagine my trip to Leipzig as it actually happened. I was curious to see the hometown of Bach, although I am not a big fan. I imagined Leipzig as a city dominated by the memory and footprints of Bach.

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