Sebis photo blog

Sebis photo blog


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Hauraki Gulf (Orewa/Red Beach) timelapse

(Saved in New Zealand, photography )

A day in a minute. :)

Cook Islands 2013

(Saved in Cook Islands, photography )

We made a short trip to Rarotonga beginning of December. Just 4 days, but had some nice diving, snorkelling and a bit of sun ;) To anyone who has been to Rarotonga before 2012: They finally dropped their stupid departure tax! It’s now included with every international ticket.

Milo II

(Saved in Germany, photography )

Milo grew up quite a lot in the past weeks. Here are some recent pictures…


(Saved in Germany, photography, Travel )

We spent a day on Langeoog – an island off shore the German North Sea coast.

Wedding Photos

(Saved in Germany, photography )

We finally managed to get our photographs from our wedding. Jürgen and Sebastian really did an awesome job documenting our wedding! Here are a few selected images, but there’s also a 25 minute video on Vimeo that you might enjoy watching. The password is “showme”… ;)


(Saved in Germany, photography )

May I introduce: Milo – our cute little Labrador-Retriever puppy (11 Weeks now).

Honeymoon – or: Kiwis in Dresden & Berlin

(Saved in Germany, photography )

We spent the week after our wedding in Dresden, Meissen, Potsdam and Berlin with our Kiwi friends and my brother and his girlfriend.

Whitsunday weekend in Schwerin

(Saved in Germany, photography, Travel )

Hello (again)! It’s been quite a while since my last post. Meanwhile we have settled in and it’s unbelievable that we are in Germany for more than 3 months already! I hardly used my camera during that time, since so much was going on: Finding a new flat, unpacking, visiting family and friends, etc. Last […]


(Saved in photography, Travel )

This will be my last post for now. We are in Singapore and heading back to Germany tonight – via Sri Lanka and Dubai. :)

Ubud and surroundings

(Saved in Indonesia, photography, Travel )

Here are a few impressions of Ubud and its surroundings. We went to see some rice terraces, coffee plants, the only water temple (according to our guide) and the elephant caves – which got nothing to do with elephants. Notice that rabies dog… As much as we usually love dogs – we didn’t get close […]