Nothing better to do , so –let’stake a pictureofmyChristmasgift.My newChiliCutter.
I’ve loaded the Mill with some “Bird’s eye Chili”. Bird’s Eye Chillies are botanically to the family of Capsicum frutescens, a particularly hot chilli family, which is considered as the prototype of chili. The bird’s eye chili is small, but is quite hot (piquant). It measures around 100,000–225,000 Scoville units.
Two weeks ago, i had some fun with RC Team Watzl.
In Bad Breisig, a little town near the romantic River Rhine, i’ve made some Photos with Christian Watzl and two beautiful girls. Here are some pictures.
here you can see some “behind the scenes” pics….
by the way…. We take some pics in one of the blue “steel boxes”,
called: intermodal container. blue? not really, insidethey are red,but not red enough. 🙂
I’ve used a red color gel and a smoke machine for these pictures.
Special thanks to the beautiful girls, who made this pictures possible.
See you next time 🙂
In the last daysof 2013I madea new virtualtour, ofa bunkerwhich was builtin 1942.It wasmaintainedby the Civil Protectionsince thebeginof the Cold War.
You can klick on the image (below) to view the Virtal Tour, or move to Panorama Page here. All Panos were made with the “EpicProHead” a motorizedpanoramichead. I use the Auto Exposure Bracketing with 5 pics, to bemore flexible at the later editing.
Here you can see a little “behind the scenes” video:
And here two very nice pics, i think. Photographed in the Bunker Stairway:
The idee for this Picture is based on the “Don’t give AIDS a chance” the BZgA campaign for HIV/AIDS prevention.
“Don’t give AIDS a chance” (“Gib Aids keine Chance”) is Germany’s largest and most comprehensive health prevention campaign. It is a model example of a successful prevention strategy with a nationwide impact on the public. Since 1987, it has been combining mass-media and personal communication measures that specifically target different groups of the population. www.gib-aids-keine-chance.dewww.machsmit.de
Little video from the very hot Sunday, the 11th of July…
The sun coming thru my window in the morning … it’s a beautiful day … i got nothing better to do… so…
the 39 degrees of celsius were perfect for the “GAS CAN” photoshoot.
PS: we use water instead of petrol, so the model was not harmed in the making of this picture 🙂
here is the “behind the scenes” video:
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