In Germany they say Bey Em Vey. And they get out of the way… The Driver’s Car The Ultimate Tanning Machine Vive la différence Bavarian Cream
Adobe started a new meetup group in the Big Apple and they organized a photo walk last Saturday with Tom Hogarty and Bryan O’Neil Hughes. We wondered around 22nd Street dropping by the High line park before heading back to Fotocare to listen to what magical things Adobe CS5 and Lighroom 3 had to offer.… Continue reading A Walk With Adobe Titans
And here is another piece I wrote on the e63(6 series),in 2005 it was haled as the revival of the loved six(e24) which had been out of production for decades. High in the sky Deep in the ocean or maybe somewhere in between. I saw a silver shark standing alone. First, I thought it was… Continue reading A Shark story
I wrote this piece when BMW unveiled the e60 M5(2004). A monologue of sorts! Hey you! Yes….you the one who is staring at the screen right now….Look at me straight in the eye…What do you see? Innocent angel eyes,right? Wrong,those are the most devilish eyes in the world ever seen….Even more devilish is the powerplant… Continue reading Between Thou and Me!
This is another piece I wrote in 2005, I used to drive an e30 at the time. I always had a loving memory of the second generation 3 series when I was a little kid. The dream came true when I graduated from college and I bought my first car…Needless to say the car wasn’t… Continue reading Men are from Mars, Bimmers are from Munich
A couple of days ago I was hanging out alone Looking for a company where no company is allowed Out of the blue came a beauty utterly covered in black The only thing uncovered was her angle eyes Believe me, Once I stared at them My heart fell on the ground A moment of stint… Continue reading Eyes Of The Angel
I wrote the following piece back in 2005 after BMW first announced the 1 series concept car to an astonished world. I thought I’d publish it here in the hope that I’ll revive that passion one more time! ‘A new baby is born’ was the news highlight of the day I could not imagine that… Continue reading The Baby Bimmer