“The Rhenish Carnival (Rheinischer Karneval, mainly in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate) is famous for celebrations such as parades and costume balls. Cologne Carnival is the largest and … Continue reading Karneval
You can use the following code to add some custom CSS to your page which will hide the quantity input only if the product has the hide_quantity_input meta key. To … Continue reading Hide the Quantity input field for specific products in WooCommerce
This was shot hand-held with the trusty Nikon 50mm 1.8 lens(which is now not very compatible with my D800).
There was a sobering halt to the insane festivities of Silvester when the Feuerwehr(Fire Department) arrived next to the restaurant I was inside of, so like the rest of the … Continue reading Feuerwehr
One can easily see the(at the time) unfinished and very distinct Elbphilharmonie building.
A view from the St. Michel church near the southern port of Hamburg.
Total madness. That’s the only way to describe it. Smoke filled the streets, making Hamburg look more like a riot scene. Explosions could be heard in the distance at a … Continue reading Silvester
Ahh, the Speicherstadt, one of the most iconic city quarters in all of Europe. I find myself totally enamored with the place, although it’s not exactly the most extravagant or … Continue reading Speicherstadt
Running a half-marathon wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Running(mostly walking, to be honest) through 30 km/h wind, rain, and beach was absolute hell, but after 8 … Continue reading Egmond Half Marathon