Every time I go on an extended shooting trip, I always return home somewhat disappointed with what I’ve shot. I’m sure some of it is fatigue, while some of it is genuine disappointment that what I pre-visualized didn’t exist, or didn’t exist in reality the way I saw it in my mind. I’ve begun the process of editing my pictures from Germany and Belgium. I’m starting to find things I like. It is an ongoing process. I know then when I look at what I shot in a week or two, I’ll likely feel differently. I am finding a few little gems that I like and I will play with them and reinterpret them as time goes by. Here’s a still life from the house of the famous German author Thomas Mann. It was shot in Luebeck. I hope you enjoy it and check back soon for more images and stories.