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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.
Ships
Ships
Brazil
View over the bay, a sea of golden yellow, shortly before sunset. We have been warned, being out on the streets after dark in Salvador, Brazil.
Suwannee River
Suwannee River
United States
An overwhelming composition of green, gold and blue. Bathed in warm, sweet air, filled with the last rays of sunlight. Is there a better place?
Sunrise in Arches National Park
Sunrise in Arches National Park
United States
Hard to believe that this all was created only by geological activities. And also hard to believe that here, in this dry and hot desert, water should have been the crucial element that created these forms.
Canale Grande
Canale Grande
Italy

Blue City
Blue City
United States
The blue hour in the city that never sleeps. Not far away and so near, away from the hustle and bustle of it's busy streets. This is the place...
Vienna
Vienna
Austria - 17.07.2002

New York
New York
United States - 12.02.2008
New York, that is the rendezvous on the platform of the Empire State, the white chiffon dress over the underground grates, is the heat of the West Side and Central Park in winter.
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.
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.  
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...   
Venice
Venice
Italy - 24.04.2009
Arriving in Venice from the train station was like entering a palace through the servants entrance and that one should always travel across the ocean to the most improbable of cities.