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When was the last time you actually enjoyed a cup of coffee?
And I don’t mean sipping on one while you’re working in the office or rushing to a meeting at work. I mean, when was the last time you actually sat down and focused your full attention on savoring the taste of the coffee in front of you? Perhaps you should come to Rosenheim. Here you can find the “Kaffä” in the Weinstr. 3, near Ludwigsplatz (see photo above). There you can luxuriating in the experience of drinking a really good cup of coffee. Or you may visit Neubeuern and find Haschl`s Cafe (see photo below) at the market place behind the church.
It truly is a luxurious experience. There are no to-go cups.
Drinking your coffee mindfully will help you live in the moment, center yourself and find happiness in life’s simple pleasures.
The wholesale market in Munich (Großmarkthalle)
Last week, I was visiting the wholesale market in Munich together with a group of photographer. We got a permission the take pictures during the market and were amazed by tons of different products that are offered there daily and always fresh. The wholesale market in Munich, which exists since 1912 is one of the biggest urban markets for groceries and flowers in Europe, offering products from 83 different countries. 270 import companies and wholesale establishments purchase yearly 600.000 tons of different products. Continue Reading…
Street Vendor in Mamallapuram
India’s streets are bustling with small vendors who make brisk business.
Street Vendor in Mamallapuram, South India
I am still in India and really amazed about the different lifestyles that I can observe here.
At Chocolate Factory Zotter in Austria
About two weeks ago, I have visited the Zotter Chocolate Factory in Austria. Zotter produces individual chocolate for individual people who savour each moment. I captured this statue at the Zotter Factory. If you are ever able to visit the Factory in Austria, you should not miss it. You can learn everything about chocolate from the bean to the cult, inculding an exciting tasting expedition. Continue Reading…
Indian Street Food
Indian street food is a snack of endless varieties, eaten on the run or on a date, while playing or playing hooky from school. It is served and sometimes entirely prepared on the street. It is eaten while standing, also on the street, usually within whiffing distance of the gutter.
- Camera: M9 Digital Camera
- Taken: 24 January, 2013
- Focal length: 75mm
- ISO: 160
- Shutter speed: 1/360s