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The London Loop, Cycle Rides and Funny Animals.......August 2017


Is this summer proper?

Lets pretend that it is and do some summery things.

A swim in Hampstead ponds anyone? 311 more words

Snippet: The smell of books (not only Iberian ones)

For those reading German, there is an interesting article written by Jessica Braun for the science section of the weekly DIE ZEIT entitled “The perfume of books” which brought your blogger onto the topic. 352 more words

German TV Director Dieter Wedel Accused of Harassment, Assault

The award-winning filmmaker denies multiple accusations that he lured actresses to his hotel room and sexually assaulted them.

Three German actresses have made separate allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Dieter Wedel, one of Germany’s most well-known and successful television directors. 475 more words


Print Is Not Dead: Die Zeit

With the remaining surfing magazines in an agonizing death and the sport going mainstream it´s natural that Germany´s biggest newspaper Die Zeit publishes your work. 12 year old João Maria Mendonça showing how it´s done in the Algarve. 40 more words



Dear Princess ‘Ishka,

I wouldn’t like to turn my letters into remorseful reports of my personal failures. The point is, however, that I fail at a lot of things, and my letters give me a chance to transform some of my negative experiences into something positive, like a thought, an argument or just to have some funny diversion. 743 more words

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Philipp Haemmerle For Die Zeit

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Philipp Haemmerle is perhaps the hottest, most in-demand set designer/art director/style maker for some of the biggest names in fashion and photography. 239 more words

Brad Trent

In March I visited Sven-Göran Hallonqvist, physician, in Stockholm and portrayed him for an article about Dag Hammarskjöld for the German weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT. Sven-Göran Hallonqvist is the son of Per-Erik Hallonqvist, who flew the Albertina with Hammarskjöld, Secretary-General of the UN, when it crashed in Zambia in 1961.