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Heiko Mahr
Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow. – Imogen Cunningham
Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow. – Imogen Cunningham


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dear all
I did updated my blogpost with an english text.
hope you enjoy

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Dear Sam, dear Roxanne,
this you would be my version.

I think it is totally different if some has seen the scenery itself or just seen the final image, but it is an interesting thing to see the image and follow down the own instincts about how to process it.

This is Lightroom and a bit Nik Analogue Efex.

Woods are for me a kind of home.
Sometimes friendly sometimes tenebrous...

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The way beyond reality

Germany, autumn 2017, Multiple exposure
All effects done in camera!

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My first exhibition is up!!
From the Poetry of Trees!

On display from 14th November to 19 January in the public library of Heimsheim, Germany during normal
Opening times.
I’ll be there this Saturday from 10am for a little Vernissage.
Maybe you’ll drop by?
7 Photos - View album

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The hunting for the light

#autumn #fallcolors #impressionsofautumn #fall

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Series: In Search of Georgia O'Keeffe
Flowers have always fascinated me.
They short lived, faced harsh weather and are often overlooked.
They are enticing, decoying and for seductive - at least for bees ;-) and photographers.
Georgia O'Keeffe once expressed what I can't say any better

"When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. Most people in the city rush around so, they have no time to look at a flower. I want them to see it whether they want to or not."

#flower #flowers 

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The fairy's nets

the sumptuous gaze
shimmering in the first light
easy to ruin and tear down
yet stronger as steel
fairytales made of silvery strings
and soon to be gone

About the Series
Germany is a diverse country, with many different landscapes, some beauty and bountiful, some barren and harsh -
it has high mountains like the alps, mountainous areas like black wood forest and rolling hills close to my home, and plains with a far horizons in the north - and many, many sights in between.
I want showing you a bit of the variety of my country -
how I do see it in color or black and white.
Hope you enjoy

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Autumnous Spiral

Series: Energy & Process
More can be found here:
or on my Website:

The abstract images in the "The Energy & Process" series all originated as digital photographs.
Many are digitally processed.
My work is all original, except by way of inspiration from abstract expressionist artists of the
1950s, such as Pollock, Rothko or of Cy Twombly, and others. As I work with the shifting (or varying) colors and fluctuating (or free) forms in these images,
I am reminded of the interaction between elements and energy. Color and form come alive in my imagination and become a part of the ongoing process of life. Abstract images are my way of showing how mundane things can be transformed into mystery; a mystery that calls each of us
to explore, discover and embrace in their own way. If you are interested to see more you can aquire my Book "From Energy and Impression"
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