In June this year, I did an interesting trip. I first flew to Switzerland, did the usual airplane, train, catch-the-train-run in Lucerne, bus trip all the way into the Swiss Alps to meet up with some Shofar family. We had a very blessed time together with people from South Africa, London, Switzerland, Hungary, Germany and France. The Saturday afternoon, some of us went up into the mountains with the ski lift. A rather interesting experience, especially having people around that had never seen the snow that close before. It’s always so much fun spending time with my brothers and sisters that believe in the same things as I do.

From Switzerland, I flew to Berlin for some work training. You might be able to imagine the contrast – from quiet peaceful nature to a big city that was preparing for Obama’s visit. From trees and mountains to buildings and cars.

I would like to dedicate this post to a friend of mine who has always encouraged me to keep on taking pictures. In the least expected moments, he said that he enjoys looking at my blog posts, especially the ones without people in, because I see things the eye usually misses.
Wiehann, hierdie is vir jou. Dankie vir jou vriendskap en bemoediging, en vir al die jare van vasbyt met al my nonsens.