Why BusyBee is called BusyBee

Hey, how are you all?

I thought it was about time for a new blog entry. October is wrapping up and somehow I'm almost happy about that. Why? Because the hunt for places with the most colorful leaves and the finger-crossing while watching the Weather Channel can be pretty tiring. Also getting up at the crack of dawn to get the best light for those darn leaves isn't always fun either.

However, October was great. I lived up to my name this month and was really busy. At the beginning of October I packed up my stuff and came back to beautiful New England for the fall. I finished a couple of pretty cool assignments, went to Boston, went to Portsmouth NH, went to Maine's coastline, drove all over NW Connecticut, drove all over Massachusetts, was in New York and shot there etc etc etc. If I had to give October a headline it would be "Exploring New Places".

My trip to Maine was fantastic. After the first 24 hours I was ready to move there - and have lobster and steamers everyday for the rest of my life. Part of Maine came home with me - my images that I took up there. Portsmouth, New Hampshire was equally cool. Great restaurants there, cute downtown, interesting historic sites to explore.



New York is as busy, loud, and wonderfully energetic as always. My trip to the WTC site was especially interesting. To see how far the new buildings have come along. Freedom Tower is going to be breathtaking, I already like it.



I also had a wonderful time in Boston. It's so British which I like and compared to New York it feels like a neat little living room.

Today, I did my last foliage tour for this year. I started early today and drove all over the place. By the time I found myself on some NW Connecticut mountain (still nameless to me) I had done so many kilometer I expected to arrive at the Canadian border shortly. Connecticut is the third-smallest state in the US and two hours in the car does nothing, nothing. You have to keep in mind that I only did a small corner of this state today and I could have crossed 3/4 of Austria in almost the same time!

Enough of that though. Most importantly, you can already see a lot of new images in my various galleries. From gorgeous chrysanthemes that I shot in NY's Botanical Garden to the cute Nubble Lighthouse up in Maine. I hope I'll find time next week to upload more. Many of these are going to be available as prints and quite a number is going to either clients (ooh yeaaaah) or agencies.

Browse through my galleries if you want to and have fun exploring new places - either in real life or through images.

Take care and see you soon!

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