The weather hasn't been too good these past couple days. Instead of taking some new pictures, I thought I'd share this previously unreleased photograph.
Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.
Blog post title taken from the song of the same name by Rawlins Cross.
I'm currently taking a break from making my next to last presentation. Being a student in Germany isn't always as lemon squeezy as it is in other countries like the kind of ones where you get a diploma because you're a communist party member or because you're related to someone who knows someone...
Anyway, the semester is over in a month and a half from now. I'm planning to head down to Frankfurt in the first week of July, pick up a friend who's coming over from the U.S., and visit Heidelberg.
In my last blog post I wrote that my friend and I had found an awesome apartment. Today, two days after the viewing, the estate agent gave me a call and told me that we'd got the two-bedroom-flat. We'll get the keys on the 1st of July. Even though we'll have to spend a lot of money on rent it's worth it because I've made the decision to stay in Hamburg.
A while ago, I'd written to some British and American universities to see who'd accept me for a semester abroad or my postgraduate studies. I was somewhat surprised at the number of positive responses.
Without a doubt a semester in California or postgraduate studies in Wales are quite tempting and would look good on my CV. However, I'm not the kind of guy who does something just because it'll look good on his CV. Relocating three times in three years is enough, too. Most importantly, however, I like Hamburg... and that's why I'll stay here.
Here are three absolutely stunning portfolios by photographer Adam Jahiel: #1; #2; #3. I also enjoyed these photographs taken by José Picayo.
Have a nice evening.