Self-portrait with my wife in a reflection from a car window during a brief walk in the sun just outside our house three days ago.
I thought people will not believe me when I tell them that this tree is actually just a reflection of a tree on the very still surface of a lake, so I had my wife throw a small stone into the water as I took this photo on the last day before the countrywide lockdown…
Empty main street of Brixen, South Tyrol, at midday in mid-March, 2020, because of the lockdown.
Self-portrait in lockdown in northern Italy in early March, 2020.
Fruit, wires, mountain, rain in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in March of 2020.
Driving to Innsbruck on the A22 Autobahn in fog in November of 2013.
Old warehouse in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, where customs duties were assessed for train cargo in the days when the border between Italy and Austria meant something. Photo taken in February, 2020.
Photo taken from the window (with partial internal reflections) of a train speeding from Bruneck to Franzensfeste last week.
Surprisingly, one of my wife’s rose bushes outside our house started to bloom in January.
Man working on a project to lay fast optical-fibre internet cable in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in November, 2019.
Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, at twilight a couple of days ago.
Part of the housing in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, for workers of the Brenner Base Tunnel project. Photo taken while on my evening walk in November of 2019.
A slow exposure photo from a bus window between Bruneck and Franzensfeste, taken in December of 2019.
View from my window of the mountain called Riol in early winter of 2019.
A couple of years ago I accompanied my friend (and 3QD colleague) Morgan Meis to Basel, Switzerland, so he could look at this painting called The Fate of the Animals by Franz Marc as part of some research he was doing for a book. I took this photo of him and thought it made a…
Vapor trail left by some people flying by behind the mountains to the west of Franzensfeste at sunset in December of 2019.
Fane Alm, South Tyrol, in October of 2013.
Pedestrian underpass for crossing the main road through the town of Freienfeld in the South Tyrol. Photo taken in November, 2019.
Offices of the Brenner Base Tunnel project in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol. When completed, this will be the longest train tunnel in the world, stretching 64 kilometers (40 miles) between Innsbruck and Franzensfeste. It is more than 580 meters (1900 feet) below the surface as it passes underneath the border of Austria and Italy at the…