Almost 125 years ago the sisterhood Ancillae Domini Jesu Christi ("Poor Maidservants of Jesus Christ") and a priest from St Himmelfahrt (now the Citykirche) founded the parish of this church. Gerhard Blume designed this church, that is located between row houses. The style of the modest exterior continues inside, but the interior features a lot of religious art, too.
Folks, the time has come. This is entry #1500, and my personal goal has been reached. 1500 photos, day by day, every day, I will celebrate this a bit today, and I want to thank you for your never ending support, love, and critique. I also want to send a big Thank You to the creators of Aminus3: you guys encouraged me to show my photos, and I hope there's some visible development in skills between December 2007 and today. Without a working community and a supporting platform this would not have been possible. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Some weeks ago I've announced the end of this blog. Perhaps it sounded a bit too much like virtual suicide, so I reconsidered this resolution. I am not going to continue to show one single picture a day. I know, this is a bit against the Aminus3 idea, but - at least to me - this concept has become a bit worn out. Not only my photography has changed through the years, but also the way how I want to show it: if I want to tell a story, then I want to show more than one picture, which isn't possible here (or I would have to link back to past entries). If I want to show several pictures of a single incident, I would have to stretch it over several days. I don't know how you see this, but to me this is not a satisfying solution.
So this is what is going to happen: I will allow myself some Aminus3 holidays. I will come back with one or two new ideas. Though the photography won't change much (you know my favourite subjects, don't you!), the presentation will do. Bye for now.