This is me

When you see a new trail or footprint you do not know, follow it to the point of knowing.*

Hello and welcome to my website! My name is Carolin, I live in Germany, and my passion is capturing my surroundings on camera.

So, what can I tell you about me? I graduated in British & American Studies (which includes literature, history and linguistics). For as long as I can remember, I have been curious about how and why our world became what it is today. I´m interested in learning backgrounds of international sensations in order to understand its consequenses for human beings. I´m interested in discovering a person´s path of life in order to understand why and how they became icons or heroes. Philosophy in general is a fascinating topic. 

Many of my photographs were taken in the USA. The richness and diversity of nature in this country intrigues me every time I go there. Each journey leaves new and profound impressions. I am especially drawn to Native American history and culture. While on the road, I like to write down thoughts or travel journeys. Some of my poems will be in German. The language depends on the country I was living in at the time of writing. Last but not least I love to workout in the gym and to play on my keyboard.

The world we live in is indeed versatile: colorful, gray, fascinating, alarming, simple, complicated and so much more. Each of us perceives and observes our environment in a different way. In “A World´s Portrait” I show snapshots – moments – of my world. There is beauty in everything I see; sometimes at second sight. But it´s worth it! If you have questions or suggestions I´d be happy to receive your message to carolin@aworldsportrait.com.

I also have a YouTube channel, in which I post timelapse images or cover versions of my favorite songs. I also share my favorite music for the gym. 

Last but not least I´d like to thank Jennie for creating this beautiful monogram for me, and Johanna for helping me in creating this site and never losing patience in explaining to me the unknown universe of Web design.

Now enjoy browsing – Carolin 

 

 

*Quote: Terri Jean “365 Days Of Walking The Red Road: The Native American Path to Leading a Spiritual Life Every Day”

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