Posts Tagged With: Zürich
In autumn of 2018 Switzerland voted on a proposition to subsidize those farmers willing to let their cows and goats grow horns. For decades their horns have been welded at very high temperatures at an early age to prevent them from growing. It is very painful as you can imagine. The reasoning behind this treatment […]
Friedhof cemetery in Zürich is a peaceful reflection location. I have never seen such a well maintained, harmonious and clean cemetery. Very Swiss. It almost makes me want to be buried. Almost. I still want to be cremated. Enjoy the pictures.
I recently received my new Blackmagic Cinema Camera that I had ordered in July of 2012. I took a one-day break from the color grading of La Casa Ausente to test the camera and its workflow with DaVinci Resolve 9. Inspired by Vertov and Goethe, I shot a short story about the waterwheel near my […]
In 3 months and 6 days, which is how long I have lived here in Zürich, my lifestyle has changed. I do not own nor drive a car. When we need a car, Petra rents one from a local car sharing place. It can be as cheap as CHF10 per hour. So if we need […]
Franziska Furter, a Swiss artist based in Basel and Berlin created this wonderful mobile titled Mojo, installed under a bridge near the Viadukt in Zürich, as part of the Art and The City project. The mobile definitely brings mojo to the city. Mojo has different meanings: mojo 1 |ˈmōˌjō| A magic charm, talisman, or spell. […]
My things arrived at my house in Zürich on June 21, about 6 weeks after I had shipped them from Miami. I finally had time to put together something that captures my feelings about it. Please watch:
After living in the wonderful city of Zürich I look back at the two months that have come and gone.
Young people jump from the bridge into the Limmat River and let the current carry them to the next bridge where they get out.
Our Beagle dog Mia was hard at work shooting video at Zurich’s Uetliberg Park. Watch the trailer of the upcoming movie.