Oh really, anywhere in particular in Germany? Castle Heidelberg is interesting to photograph, since parts of it are ruined (blame the French), and whole walls are missing, which gives it a really flat look.
I took piano from 6 years old, violin from 9, and the pipe organ in high school, though I like to overlook my time spent in the marching band with mallet percussion because it was ewwww. I also majored in music composition for like, two minutes once. Hopefully you can do something with both, then.
Ah, sounds a lot like my boyfriend. He lived in California until he was 4 or 5 before coming back to New Jersey, but spent the rest of his life since then hardly leaving the tri-state area. Hopefully you'll get the chance to travel around some day.
Heh heh, I'd hope so. One of the careers I'm looking into involves moving to Japan. XP
But, I feel it's kinda like that movie The Truman Show, the guy was never able to leave the island because of some unexpected accident or something, but the creator didn't want him to leave at all.
I feel it's the same with me, every planned trip that's made by my family or a school that takes place more than 4 or 5 state boundaries away always falls through.
I've been planned to go to St. Louis, Cleveland, band trips that were cancelled due to unexpected events at the last minute.
Ever since my siblings and I were quite young, my father always said we'd go to Disney World one day. We're aged 22, 19 and 17 now, and that trip has never happened.
We were also planning to go on a cruise to Bermuda. It was later learned we actually didn't have the money by the time we started booking for it.
I actually also planned on interning in Florida for 5 months, and that had to get shafted, as I lost my financial aid for college, and I'm forced to take this semester off.
So, yeah, things get talked about, and when they start to get off the ground, they stall and crash back to earth. Because it's happened so much in my life, it gets frustrating enough to get all emo about it. =/
you are right: I love german places, and some years ago I went there with my class...Heidelberg is the best one because is a university centre with lots of young people and affascinating architecture! I remember I spent all my money for that trip...but it was unique!
Thanks! That's what I liked about this photo, tool. I was just going through files on my computer, and realized that I never got around to posting some of my old photos. I may have had the world's crappiest camera at the time, but I really liked some of them.