Author Archives: Klaus Kommoss

A summer moment

– A reflection on the phenomenon of identification – A summer moment: Late in the afternoon on the porch under the grape leaves – a toast of self-baked bread with Jostaberry marmalade (from our own harvest) with yoghurt – a … Continue reading

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The air was like Champaign

 – A summer day above the clouds –  Sometimes there come such days when a whole life seems to run through you within one single day. Everything goes by itself, you just let yourself be carried on and at the … Continue reading

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40 years

It feels as if it was only yesterday that we met on this dull afternoon when I was sitting on the floor arranging pictures for a photo exhibition I planned to do but wasn’t too excited about and when Parvin … Continue reading

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Our new companion

This is Shou-Shou our new companion. I hope she has a long life with us. Our last cat was eaten by a cougar right behind our backyard. She immediately claimed my favorite place to sit.  “Yes, next to the stove, … Continue reading

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Australia – V

A chronicle in 5 parts about traveling through Australia. -The West- And then we actually reached the Indian Ocean. Western Australia: White beaches, wide, clean, empty, and remote. Beaches of the west coast south of Broome. * * * Going … Continue reading

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Australia – IV

A chronicle in 5 parts about traveling through Australia. -The top end- Some time later we found ourselves tickled to add another adventure. We got the chance to participate in the maiden flight of the biggest hot-air balloon in Australia … Continue reading

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Australia – III

A chronicle in 5 parts about traveling through Australia. -The tropics- The Whitsundays is a large group of islands not far from the coast still inside of the protection of the Great Barrier Reef. A dream for sailing we thought … Continue reading

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