Melting Earth

Pretty stupid title, I know, but still, I’m happy to announce that my next submission was voted on interfacelift!

I shot this picture while trekking through the Nepalese Himalayas, actually on a day hike close to the village of Manang, where I stayed for two nights to acclimatize to the respective altitudes I was about to face the next days. The colors of this little lake were simply amazing (no photoshopping here!), it was pond of collected melt water from the glaciers around. We, that was the Russians and myself, found great amusement by throwing big stones into this turquoise tranquility down there. Just for the sound of it.

Again, almost 15,000 (!) downloads within the first two days, and counting. At least I think that’s quite amazing.

Here’s the link to ‘Melting Earth‘. 

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15 Minutes of Fame

I just checked; It seems a bit ridiculous that the last post was published back in October; I found more time to do such things whilst being without a computer, Internet connection, and indeed a home.Weird.

Now, it’s April and the/my world hast changed a few times over since then. I occupy a full-time job now (oh maybe that’s why). There has been an incredible winter to do all sorts of snow activities. There … oh, so many million things nobody but me is interested in; Busy, to say the least. To fill the void, I’m going to post this instead:

To give it a try, I’ve submitted my first picture to my the desktop wallpaper site of my choice, interfacelift.com. And guess what? It got voted! Psyched.

Here’s the link to ‘Morning Heart‘.

But the real thing to be psyched about is that the wallpaper received almost 20,000 (!) downloads within just four days. Although living is all about enjoying the moment, it’s for some reason a great feeling to know that you’ve just shared one tiny moment with so many other human beings. But of course, not a single one will ever know how great it really felt to actually be there to live that moment.

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