Well, this is awkward: the journey hasn’t even started and I already have to change plans. Due to my employment situation, I must be in Berlin on October, 4th and fulfil some bureaucratic proceedings in order to still be covered by my health insurance and get my “pocket money”. My face when I was talking … Continue reading Changing plans
Today’s post will be an easy-to-read one. You might even not need to read it at all. Just look at the pictures and give me some feedback on the shots and/or editing. I’m new to owning a DSLR and all I have is my eye, my camera and my girlfriend’s Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. I’m … Continue reading Getting familiar with my Pentax K-50
While I’m doing everything I can to avoid some real exercise, my walk has already started in my mind. I think about it every day, I try to get as much information as possible and I also try to guess what will happen. Here’s my three best guesses about what will go down in Shikoku. … Continue reading Three predictions for my pilgrimage
One would think that being home without working would give me plenty of time to prepare for the Shikoku Henro. Yes, and no.
Going to Normandy and experiencing five days in a row of good weather was not something I was hoping for. Yet, it actually happened. With “Mediterranean” temperatures of more than 30 degrees Celsius, I felt blessed with the constant sunshine and warmth. I couldn’t have had better conditions for the field test of my new … Continue reading Trip to Normandy