Everything that could not be pressed into the categories, but still seems worth seeing to me.
Futurium: How do we want to live?
Futurium is a House of Futures. Here, everything revolves around the question: how do we want to live? In the exhibition, visitors can discover many possible futures; in the Forum, they can take part in open discussions; and, in the Futurium Lab, they can try out their own ideas. The
Schwindlinge, shriveling and reviving
A characteristic feature of the Schwindlinge is that the fruiting bodies shrivel up in dry conditions and can revive when moist, which is what the German name of the mushrooms refers to. Information about taking this photo
Grey heron, the motionless hunter
The grey heron sometimes stands motionless in shallow water for minutes, waiting for its prey to swim to its feet. When it does, it is quick as lightning. And usually succeeds in fishing with its long beak. That you could miss a bird almost a metre tall and with a
La Poste, from old to new.
In 2010, La Poste unveiled its new logo. It should better reflect its ambitions within the society. The new logo was meant to convey a “more dynamic and contemporary face” and the idea of a stronger company. They were not quite sure about this everywhere and preferred to leave the
The annoyed elephant
We sat in front of our hut at Elephant Sands (Botswana) and watched an elephant calmly trot along the path. Then my wife Cathrin accidentally crackled with a plastic bag and suddenly the elephant came loudly trumpeting towards us. Fortunately, he changed his mind and trotted away. Information about taking