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German support

Posted by admin On June - 26 - 2006

The german national team did again very well in the soccer world cup. They did two goals against Sweden. So for more support I bought today a little german flag and pined it on my bag.

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Weekend in Thames

Posted by admin On June - 23 - 2006

Again I spent a weekend in Thames together with Russell at his parents place. We done almost nothing just relaxing and I took some nice pictures of exotic plants we have not back in Germany. First time I saw a macadamia nut tree and I was very surprised what it looks like. Its leaves look and feel like laurel leaves.

Macadamia tree leaves

Kauri tree cone

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Final exam

Posted by admin On June - 21 - 2006

I’ve done it! Wrote today my final exam in the New Zealand film studies. That means: never uni again. I’m really happy that this is over now. Had two hours time and wrote about three movies: “The piano”, “Heavently creatures” and “Rain”. It was not that easy for me because I had to write in english. Lucky that I met some days ago some other students. They told me the exam is on the 21.06.2006, I thought it will be on the 26.06.2006. All is well that ends well. Hope that I will pass. generic diovan release date

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New pictures of Fiona

Posted by admin On June - 19 - 2006

Got some new pictures of my cat Fiona back in Berlin/Germany. She is so cute and I miss her much. On this pictures she was chasing a butterfly and ate it later on…

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Blackwater Rafting and Glowworms

Posted by admin On June - 18 - 2006

ince I am in New Zealand I wish to visit the Waitomo Caves (www.waitomocaves.co.nz). That are diffrent underground caves near Waitomo on the north island. Waitomo means ‘water entering a hole in the ground’. The caves are an ancient labyrith made of limestone. In this caves you made a little boat ride and watch the spectacular Glowworm Grotto. The Glowworms are in fact little larvae who hanging on the roof of the caves surrounded of lines with sticky substances. On this lines the insects were traped and then devoured by the larvae. The brighter the larvae glows the hungrier it is. The live as larvae is about 9 month then it will become a pupa for 13 days and finally the adult fly. The adult glowworms looking like moskitos. They have no mouth so their only function is to reproduce and disperse the species. Adult glowworms live no longer than a few days. The New Zealand glowworm species is the blue glowing Arachnocampa Luminosa. Its beautiful to watch, millions of glowworms in the caves looking like stars on the night sky. Unfortunally taking photographs was forbidden but in a secret moment I took at least a picture of the limestone stalactites and stalagmites. Later on we have done the legendary New Zealand black water rafting through the cave system were you sit on a inner tube and flow into the underground labyrinth. Before you will get a wetsuit and a helmet with light on. This was a really unique experience because this day it rains heavy and outside I measure 4°C. The wetsuit were icecold and wet…It was so freezing. But anyway I have done it and it was great. After all we took a hot shower and eat a hot tomato soup and a bagel on a nice fire place inside. Russell and I were lucky because today was sunday roast day and we went to mandy´s place for dinner and a dvd (Wedding Crashers).

This is what I saw on the way to the Waitomo Caves. A funny kiwi with the New Zealand flag on its bum. The four stars on the flag stay for the Southern Cross (starsign at night sky).

The only Waitomo Cave photo.

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Storm and power blackout

Posted by admin On June - 12 - 2006

Last night there was a terrible storm and thats why for hours in Auckland city we had a power blackout. No energy everywhere in the city centre. The rain was so heavy that you could not walk out of the door.

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Fashion shooting at Western Springs

Posted by admin On June - 10 - 2006

The weather in Auckland is unpredictable. In the morning it rains heavy but at lunch time the sun can shine. So today. Russells friend Friday has his own clothes collection and he wanted him to shot for the next catalog. I was not sure about the weather because they wanted to do an outdoor shooting. We were lucky: after rain the sun was shining. This day I was not the only girl. I meet Jo again and Friday’s girlfriend Hannah and we had a good time and fun.

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Specific Pacific

Posted by admin On June - 9 - 2006

It’s me again back from the steel front. Early in the morning about 5:30 am I got up for the ‘Pacific Steel’ shooting on the contruction site. Russell and I meet Jo from the agency at 7:00 am there. It was freezing cold but nevermind. After shooting lots of photos we visited a distributor later on. Look how beautiful steel can be…

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Construction site and pet food

Posted by admin On June - 8 - 2006

For a new job on friday we visited today a construction site. The challenge is to take photos of the steel to show his diffrent structure and make a kind of xray photography. But how? I tried something out at home and it looks like that…

Later back in the studio were pet food and pet toys delivered. Was thinking on Fiona (my cat at home in Berlin) she would be perfect as cat food model and she would like the toys. But she wasn’t there…

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New furniture shot

Posted by admin On June - 6 - 2006

Like last time we went to the furniture store and do new shots of the office furniture there. Everything was new designed and came fresh as a prototype. So you can imagine not everything was there, some parts were missing and we had to improvise. Thats the result…

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