➜ Photosworthseeing (especially Pete!) for the reblog of & the comment on my ”Ortler” photo. We were taking some photos on Lake Reschen in South Tyrol (Italy), about 30 km away from the massive “Ortles-Cevedale” group. From our perspective the mountains looked like an oil painting on canvas and the clouds were causing an almost fairytale-like atmosphere. A lovely moment!
➜ And a special thanks for the comments on my Dad’s steam engine photo (grelicks, erikpetrieartwork, mojo5050, mellygregs). It really means a lot to me! :)
➜ theebrokenpath for this reblog!
See you around,Jörg
Dankeschön (ˈdaŋkəʃøːn) is the German word for “Thank-you”! ;)

➜ Photosworthseeing (especially Pete!) for the reblog of & the comment on my ”Ortler” photo. We were taking some photos on Lake Reschen in South Tyrol (Italy), about 30 km away from the massive “Ortles-Cevedale” group. From our perspective the mountains looked like an oil painting on canvas and the clouds were causing an almost fairytale-like atmosphere. A lovely moment!

➜ And a special thanks for the comments on my Dad’s steam engine photo (grelickserikpetrieartworkmojo5050mellygregs). It really means a lot to me! :)

➜ theebrokenpath for this reblog!

See you around,
Jörg


Dankeschön (ˈdaŋkəʃøːn) is the German word for “
Thank-you”! ;)

neunzehn73 | Express steam engine “23 085” at the legendary locomotive graveyard in Konz/Karthaus near the Roman city Trier, Germany (1972)

This time not mine, but my Dad’s work. Last year we did an all black & white photo book entitled “Der Lokfriedhof Karthaus”, kindly released by the german “Sutton Verlag”. When my dad took this photo I wasn’t even born. Therefore it was a quite interesting experience for me to look through, choose, scan, process and arrange hundreds of 35 mm format negatives as well as medium format diapositives (6x7) and to research/collect as many information as possible on the locomotives and the history of the graveyard that I only know from my Dad’s photos and the stories he told and still tells me.
And now pardon me for throwing in a plug for our little book. I just wanted to share one of my earliest and greatest photographical inspirations to this day with you … .

neunzehn73 | Express steam engine “23 085” at the legendary locomotive graveyard in Konz/Karthaus near the Roman city Trier, Germany (1972)

This time not mine, but my Dad’s work. Last year we did an all black & white photo book entitled “Der Lokfriedhof Karthaus”, kindly released by the german “Sutton Verlag”. When my dad took this photo I wasn’t even born. Therefore it was a quite interesting experience for me to look through, choose, scan, process and arrange hundreds of 35 mm format negatives as well as medium format diapositives (6x7) and to research/collect as many information as possible on the locomotives and the history of the graveyard that I only know from my Dad’s photos and the stories he told and still tells me.

And now pardon me for throwing in a plug for our little book. I just wanted to share one of my earliest and greatest photographical inspirations to this day with you … .

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