Working on Naturzustand at Bernina Pass in Switzerland: this road was too steep for Moby Dick, my cherry picker. At least that’s not captain Ahab having hooked me there.
Remember me up in my cherry picker? Voilà – here it is: the new Wired Germany with a story on rare earth metals found in Saxony, with photos by yours truly and a great text by Jacob Vicari.
Save the trees, kill the journalist! The text is available online, too.
Here we go, my girl, my cat and my cherry picker Moby Dick: traveling the back streets of Europe, always following the shoreline. It’s great fun but I do it for work: Naturzustand. If you are getting interested for more info – keep reading, it gets juicy. We’ll be back in a month, if things go well with boxes full of negatives.
There’s rare earth metals found in Germany – here you see me photographing them. Not an easy task as they are still far underground but luckily I have my cherry picker. Read the full story in Wired some time soon.
Look at it! That’s my brand new car. Actually it’s a cherry picker, reaching 11 meters high. Wow! that will take my photography to new heights, literally!