There he lays. Six foot two, sturdily built, heavy leather jacket and wet spots in the crotch of the worn jeans smeared with damp earth. In the middle of the crossroads of the small town somewhere in Germany he lays […]
Lying on the wooden planks of a boat dock reaching far into the “Mobile Bay”, like a hunter my IPhone in position, the view changed between distance and display, fixing the play of colors of clouds and sun, I listened
In how many different languages are people still calling every day again and again?
Our PonderingTime artist Bernhard Schlafke has challenged his friend Thomas Kalscheid to an unusual battle. It’s called picture, or photography.
This month the theme of PonderingTime is “Farewells”. Thinking about the topic, Bernhard Schlafke finally found the following photo stories.
I am not a photographer in the sense of the photographer’s job description. I got my first camera as a present when I was 12 years old. I’ve been collecting pictures ever since.
Since I’ve been painting, drawing, modelling or in some way creatively dealing with my surroundings or the white surface, I’ve been searching; what, I still don’t know?
Our topic of the month is “Family”. Painter Bernhard Schlafke looked for PonderingTime in his archive, and excavated a series of pictures.