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I already explained how to photograph a sunset in a very detailed step-by-step guide. Today, I will show you how to enjoy a sunset. It’s much easier:
A few weeks ago I determined that I need to lose weight. Since then I realised that my willpower alone would not do it and that I need to change my diet (which so far has consisted mainly of chocolate, … Continue reading
My first attempt at travel poetry: I went to the bazaar in Kandahar and bought a cigar from a guy called Bashar. Don’t worry. I will continue to write predominantly in prose. (Zur deutschen Version.)
This is what 2.5 billion $ get you at NASA: a room full of people hugging each other. And for that, you don’t even get cigars which used to be part of any proper NASA celebration.
Today, during my day trip to Trakai in Lithuania, I saw this sign: My Lithuanian is still very bad, but I am sure that “cigarų klubas”, the second sign from the top, means “cigar club”. However, I had already found a … Continue reading
The following e-mail might have been well-intended, but not only the subject line has too much of a condescending and dismissive tone to it. Subject: Brainwashed by photographs of writers and other intellectuals From: Andy Kopra (email@example.com) To: Andreas Moser (firstname.lastname@example.org) … Continue reading