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Alexanders Magazine my personal weblog, picture gallery and Drupal testbed.

I work as solutions architect on the next generation of healthcare IT, I am a passionate photographer and own a small web design firm.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
View from the feet of Cristo Redentor, over the bay to Sugar Loaf Mountain. A panorama that never stops to reveal more details.
The Green Sea
The Green Sea
United States

Weather was shaky, rays of sunlight driven away by stormy rain clouds. A play on the big stage, at the warm Florida coast.

Vine
Vine
France

The ripe grapes of autumn, waiting to be picked, sweet, soft and full of sun. Shot at castle Villandry, France.

Cold City Morning
Cold City Morning
United States
An early, cold February morning in New York. In for a day full of meetings, but not willing to trade the sunrise for an hour more sleep...
Iguacu Falls
Iguacu Falls
Brazil
This place is breathtaking - water everywhere, in a lush abundance, with thunder falling into the depth, raising again as water spray. Golden light plays at the edge, and time flows.
Mondsee
Mondsee
Germany - 02.02.2012
Mondsee, Austria. A freezing early morning with minus 10 degrees, snapping with sharp teeth at all body parts not wrapped in layers of clothes.  
Pergamon-Museum
Pergamon-Museum
Germany - 22.01.2012
The Pergamon Museum is the star of Berlin's Museum Island. The Pergamon houses original-sized, reconstructed monumental buildings excavated in Babylon, Uruk, Assur, Miletus, Priene and Egypt by German archeologists in the late 19th century and transported to Berlin. The museum is named after the Great Altar of Pergamon, a massive stone podium about one hundred feet long and thirty-five feet high, that has been rebuilt in the main hall and can be entered by the visitors. Until September 2012 the museum also hosts the fantastic Asisi panorama of Pergamon, and the hall of statues has been (finally!) dramatically refurbished too - it's definitively worth a visit...
Vienna
Vienna
Austria - 17.07.2002

Koblenz
Koblenz
Germany - 26.06.2011
Koblenz, situated on both banks of the Rhine at its confluence with the Moselle. One of Germany's oldest cities, established by Drusus about 8 BC, it's a bustling lively city of more than 100.000 inhabitants and UNESCO world heritage.
Steyr
Steyr
Austria - 04.10.2010
Water has moved this city from time immemorial. Route of transport for trade in iron, power source for the craftsmen who brought riches and prosperity to the city. An important city in medieval times it has preserved it's romantic center into modern times.
Schloss Brühl
Schloss Brühl
Germany - 13.02.2011
A monument of overwhelming beauty and pomp, built on debt and rarely used by it's owner; a last rococo statement before time overturned the old order of things...