as some of you might know, I was interviewed by the blogger community “Bloggerherz” (German) at the start of this year 🙂 Check that post out if you can read or understand German (or well, use google translate :D) here: Bloggerherz interview.
While browsing through the community, I found a post about the “365 Questions Challenge” which basically means just answering one provided question per day and posting all the answers at the last day of the month.
So, before you can read the May Q&A, here’s a little recap.
At the beginning of May I challenged my fear of going to Ulm once again. It’s not like I was afraid of the city, I was just not sure if I was ready to face the memories I have from the time I studied there.
But opposing to what I had imagined my stay would be like, it was quite pleasant and I remained there longer than I would have ever expected.
Maybe that’s a bit due to the amazing waffle place which has opened last September (Oh my waffle).
But honestly, I stayed for Mili, because we needed each others support.
Coming back from my travels left me a bit drained, but nonetheless I pushed through almost daily physio or other doctor’s visits.
I even made a short trip to Cologne to see Alex again.
Other highlights were supposed to be the weekend when ‘Dokomi’, a Cosplay fair was held here and a photography fair, offered by Fotokoch.
Only the latter turned out to be one for me personally.
I learned a lot of expertise and met incredible people, from amateur photographers to professional ones with over 50 years of work experience in the field.
We’ve even built a local photo group, so we can meet up in the future. This will be fun, I can guarantee so much.
But on the verge of almost completely losing myself to photography, I still have to finish my studies. And with the GDPR now, we have to be extremely mindful about model releases and processing personal data.
So, maybe that’s my excuse to push my professionell photography biz further into the future until I can focus 150% on it and the regulations are clearer.
On the 26th the annual Japan Day was celebrated as well and it’s the first time I went to see the fireworks with Birthe and her friends.
I also met Nici again and got loads of Froyo to enjoy.
I’m currently planning out June which probably will show yet another side of me and let me provide you with great content.
Until next month then 🙂
Here you go with my answers to May’s questions: