So this year I have the plan to get out to the Baltic Sea every month to document the changes on the shore line. The constant winds, ice, snow, harsh sun, breaking waves all work together to create and take land every minute. It is amazing to see the drift wood coming on shore after a strong storm or the coast line retreating after days with high surfs. At the end of the year I seek to have created a story that details the constant change and the unique moments that come with it.The winter was quite mild this year, but I have some early results showing what a mild and briefly cold winter can look like.here in Rostock. Stay tuned for the end of the year. #StoryTelling
Frozen in time. Temperatures dropped below -10C here in Rostock for a week or so, which was the first time since we came back from Canada. This has resulted in the River Warnow freezing in only two days. Pictured here is the night time view from Gehlsdorf over to Rostock on a moonlit night, with one wooden pole fighting off the ice!
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