New on the website: Stralsund & Rügen
Today I split the subpage on Donostia/San Sebastián and Pasai Donibane in two separate pages with some new then&now duo's:
One on Donostia/San Sebastián
And one on Pasai Donibane:
New on Facebook: Burg Eltz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, 1924 vs. 2022
New on the website: Dolceaqua in Italy and some photos from our stay at the Cote d'Azur in France last winter.
New on Facebook: Kamerlengo Castle, Trogir, Croatia. Check also https://www.inthefootstepsofkurthielscher.com/trogir/
New on facebook: Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
New on Facebook: Kaysersberg in the Alsace, France.
New on Facebook: Stadshus Stockholm
New on Facebook: Rastoke in Croatia
New on Facebook: Gerona, Spain
New on Facebook: Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore, Italy
New on Facebook: Genovevaburg in Mayen, Rheinland Pfalz, Germany.
New on the website: New on the website: Arcos de la Frontera, Jerez de la Frontera & Vejer de la Frontera in Cadíz, Andalucía, Spain
During my holidays the past two weeks I visited several places where Kurt Hielscher made his photos. I have been to Freiburg im Breisgau, checked out the Genovevaburg in Mayen and Burg Eltz in Germany, Kaysersberg and Riquewihr in France and around Lago Maggiore in Italy. Here a photo and the link to my first post on Facebook from picturesque Riquewihr in the Alsace in France.
New on the website: Český Krumlov
New on the website: Tangermünde, Sachsen Anhalt.
New on the website: Ljubljana in Slovenia.
New on the website: Litoměřice in the Czech Republic
Today I opened a Contact & Support page on the website. If you'd like to, you can get in touch with me directly, and find ways to supprot my project. There's also the possibility to become a sponsor. I need a sponsor soon to be able to tackle the problem of running out of bandwidth. With some 1.000 visitors on the site in the first ten days of January bandwith limits for the rest of the month are almost there. Solution: a twice as expensive subscription. If you are interested, send me a message, please via the new contactpage.
New on the website: Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
While longing to go to new places where Kurt Hielscher made his photos, I am making a puzzle of one of them. Can you guess where this is? Every few days I'll provide an update in the comment section of the post on my Facebookpage.
New on the website: Novo Selo & Shtip.
New post: Castle of Veianen/Vianden, Lëtzebuerg.
9-12-2021 - Hooooooray!!
Last night, I received the 3.000th unique visitor on the website, ànd the 5.000th view!! (according to Google Analytics)
I don't know if that is a lot or not?? But it feels good. And my visitors come from everywhere!
Thanks for all your support, enthusiasm and positive response😊👍
New on the website: Prague
New on the website: Sevilla
New on the website: Dubrovnik
New: Ronda, Málaga, Andalucía, Spain
New post: Helsingborg, Sweden
New countrypage: Czech Republic
Český Krumlov, 31st of December
New blog about Venice with the Ponte dei Sospiri, the Ponte di Rialto and some more. And a collection of Carnival portraits.
New countrypage: Italy. Soon I hope to make the first blogs from Venice and Rome.
Making a start on Instagram: "One day Kurt Hielscher brought me to .... the beautiful city of Ceský Krumlov😍🇨🇿
New post: Charming Raesfeld Castle, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Last night, I received my 1000th unique visitor on my new website according to Google Analytics.!!
And that within only a month after its launch on the 4th of April, without any paid advertising!! I don't know if that is a lot or not?? But it feels good. And my visitors come from everywhere!
New post: The beautiful city of Trogir, Croatia
Launched the country subpage for Germany.
New post: the beautiful city of Antequera, Màlaga, Andalucía, Spain.
New country subpage: Spain
Due to the pandemic I am currently not travelling abroad. A trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina in March 2020 had to be cancelled, unfortunately. So I bought myself a 1928 photobook of my own country, The Netherlands, to do something in the meantime, not by the hand of Kurt Hielscher, but with work from various photographers. I called this project "Holland 1928-now".