kaapduinen, the netherlands, 2017
san sebastián/donostia, september, 2016
anglet, france, 2016
(that’s the thing in this video here…)
after this little excursion to the local politics of berlin, back to something a little more pleasant: biarritz, france, 2016
found at the beach in jesolo, italy, though.
an evening at the beach in st. malo, france
the bungy tower of the abandoned pier in scheveningen, the netherlands (closed down in 2013)
and stormy it was… another one from the beach of usedom.
i found sturmgesell’ a bit hard to translate. it definitely means storm companion or maybe rather companion in a storm and that’s fine but the gesell’-part has a quite oldfashioned sound to it and i don’t know how to get this across in english. any suggestions?
the bijbelkiosk in scheveningen, den haag, the netherlands. summer 2014
edicola at the beach in porto san giorgio.
edicola once was a word for a small temple (lat. aedicula). i don’t know whether today’s use of edicola for a kiosk is a nod to the original worshipping of idols that took place in aediculis back then?
serafina and luigi’s awning saved me from dissolving in the heavy rain in porto san giorgio last week. more pictures of that to come ;)
unfortunately not seen in cannes…
i always thought of the baltic sea as a giant bath tub and so i was told in my childhood. so no waves. i actually have never been to the beaches of the baltic sea until a recent visit to poland. what i saw there was quite far away from taking a relaxing bath. but then again if you put a giant ventilator above the tub you would get close to the state of the the sea i saw.
the red line
don’t you dare
those were all taken on a recent trip to the polish city of kołobrzeg. i had a nice grilled trout there, too.