These are my headphones of choice — B&O H6 — and I prepared three wallpapers showcasing them. You can download them below in high-resolution, but please do not use them for commercial purposes.
I shot this sunset on 11 November 2014, somewhere over the Indian Ocean and have since been using it as my main Mac wallpaper. You can download it below in 5K, but please do not use it for commercial purposes.
The new AirPods perfectly encapsulate the magical experience that only Apple is capable of creating. Open the case in which they are stored1 — a pop-up appears on your iPhone, asking if you’d like to pair them. Do it again, anytime in the future — you can quickly check your battery status. Play some music on your iPad2 — hear it in your AirPods, despite not having paired them with that device. Mac? Same thing.
You might want to take a look at GoodNotes 4, Due, and Launch Center Pro, if you haven’t bought them already. Those games are pretty good too…
★ Civilization: Beyond Earth – Mac – €39.99 > €9.99 →
★ Civilization Revolution 2 – iOS – €9.99 > €2.99 →
★ Dead On Sight – iOS – €0.99 > €0.00 →
★ Deus Ex GO – Puzzle Challenge – iOS – €1.99 > €0.99 →
★ Due – Reminders, Countdown Timers – iOS – €4.99 > €0.99 →
★ GoodNotes 4 – Notes & PDF – iOS – €7.99 > €0.99 →
★ Launch Center Pro – iPad – €2.99 > €0.99 →
★ Launch Center Pro – iPhone – €2.99 > €0.99 →
★ Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee – iOS – €2.99 > €0.99 →
★ Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath – iOS – €2.99 > €0.99 →
★ Sid Meier’s Starships – iPad – €2.99 > €0.99 →
★ XCOM: Enemy Within – iOS – €9.99 > €2.99 →
This is probably the most fantastic architectural marvel I have ever seen. Its sheer size is truly breathtaking, while the design details in the inlaid marble are exquisite.
Shot with Nikon D700 + Nikkor 14-24 mm f/2.8G: f/8, 1/320, ISO 200.
The Lotus Temple is a place where everyone is welcome, regardless of race or religion. The building itself was constructed in 1986, has a height of 35 metres, and a diameter of 70 metres. There are only nine Bahá’í Houses of Worship around the world.
Shot with Nikon D700 + Zeiss 100 mm f/2: f/11, 2.5 s, ISO 200.
The Frauenkirche in Dresden has an observation deck. It is quite a climb, but — as usual — the view is completely worth it, especially of the city. I did like the architecture of the church itself though.
Shot with Nikon D700 + Nikkor 35 mm f/2: f/8, 1/50, ISO 1600.
I did something I haven’t done in the past 15 years, if not more — I burned an audio CD in iTunes, to use in the CD player in my car. This wasn’t as easy as I had hoped.
The Spiral Staircase in the Vatican Museums was designed by Giuseppe Momo in 1932 — we spent only half a day inside, which was definitely not long enough. I suggest putting aside at least a full day, if you’re planning on going there. Two preferably.
Oh, and buy a ticket online, on the Vatican Museums’ webpage (beware of intermediaries!), to skip the line completely!
Shot with Nikon D700 + Nikkor 14-24 mm f/2.8G: f/8, 1/50, ISO 1400, 14 mm.
We spent three days in Bergen with our friends. Our wives and their boy were out taking in the sights of the city, looking for a restaurant, while we jumped on the Fløibanen to get some shots from the hills above the city — Fløyen to be precise. Hectic, but completely worth it.
Shot with Fuji X100T: f/5.6, 30 s, ISO 200.
I still remember the brisk, half-asleep walk at dawn, to get to the Spanish Steps before the crowds. Unfortunately, I wasn’t completely successful, but this was one of my favourite shots from that trip.
Shot with Fuji X100T: f/13, 18 s, ISO 400.
The weather was definitely not friendly — it was raining most of the day — but the sun did come out for a short while, and I chanced upon this bright green bicycle in the street; couldn’t pass it up.
Shot with Fuji X100T: f/2, 1/1000, ISO 200.
A stag, shot in the beautiful forests surrounding Białowieża in Poland.
Shot with Sony A7R II + FE 85 mm f/1.4 GM: f/1.4, 1/100, ISO 160.
The day was freezing cold, windy, and I felt terrible, but I managed to get my favourite shot of Wrocław’s Town Square. It was taken from the observation tower in St Elizabeth’s Basilica — it’s a rough climb up some very narrow steps, but completely worth it.
Shot with Sony A7R II + FE 85 mm f/1.4 GM: f/16, 13 s, ISO 100.
This is probably my favourite shot from Venice, from our recent four day trip during the summer of 2016. It was taken from the Ponte dell’Accademia towards Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute. I used a x400 ND filter to get the two-minute exposure.
Shot with Fuji X100T: f/8, 125 s, ISO 200.
I took these two photos a few days ago. Unfortunately, the weather was terrible — Wrocław experienced intense smog and barely and wind.