Since I've (re)discovered analogue photography, I surprise myself more often than not, walking aimlessly through my hometown of Dusseldorf. I don’t think I need to explain how your perception of your surroundings changes through the viewfinder. On one of my last trips a few weeks ago I, in the truest sense of the word, stumbled across one of Düsseldorf's significant treasures, the historic cemetery of Golzheim. With its ancient, weathered monuments and poplar-lined paths and trails, it offers visitors a sight reminiscent of a Hitchcock movie.
One of the oldest cemeteries in Nuremberg. The Johannisfriedhof was founded round about the 10th/11th century. In that time the small village of Johannis wasn´t part of the city of Nuremberg...