Posts Tagged ‘2009’
Looking through my old images, I have found a photograph, which I have taken a year ago. The sea on the south west coast of France was really rough and we noticed a few people standing at the waterfront. As we got closer we saw a couple of guys in the water, surfing in the massive waves. The photo had to be cropped and lost some quality, but I still love it.
Having spent our Christmas Eve with friends in the country side, we were able to enjoy a nice walk through a quite winterly landscape. Gogi, their companion came along and obviously enjoyed running through the snow and playing with other dogs that passed us along the way. Below you can see Gogi waiting up for us.
Just came back from Tolouse in France and enjoyed myself for a few days. We had a walk with friends on the Rivert Garonne in the early evening hours. The bridge “Pont Neuf”, which is actually the oldest bridge of Toulouse featured a lovely display of changing colours introduced by illumination from below.
My wife Lara studies Nutritional Therapy and is working on her Dissertation Research Project, trying to evaluate general public awareness of and attitudes towards supplements and their usage and its correlations to general health awareness. I have helped to design her website and get a little questionaire online, so that anyone can participate anonymously. She is trying to get around 200 responses, so please feel free to forward her website to anyone who can spare a few minutes.
The results of the survey will be published on her website as well, so you will be able to see the results of your support. THANKS
Just got back from the London Freeze, a London Snowboard, Ski and Music Festival. They built a 35 meter high ramp with a length of 100 meters, from which spectators can get nice and close to the Best in Snowboarding and Skiing. If you would like to see a few more images, please click on the image below
Below you will find a fine example of a book plugin, that lets you view my images in book format. You can either drag the pages or double click on the bottom edge to change page. I will consider this option to give my visitors better and nicer options than having to open single thumbnails.
I hope you enjoy it.