10 Day Photography Challenge – Day 4

Espresso Cups

Weekend Espresso

Day 4 of Cassia Denner’s 10 Day Photography Challenge carries the theme “Coffee”. Which is good…Coffee…Sunday….you get my point?  I need to add a second coffee related photo though, as the “Streets of Nuremberg” have their own coffee mug 🙂 .

Check out the blogs of the other participants: Cassia (our host),  Susan,  Gracie, ArianaJenna,  Arabella

After returning from my 3 day trip to the Pacific Northwest I’m really enjoying a downtime Sunday with the family….plenty of coffee, music, legs up….the night will be short, as I will be watching the Super Bowl, the game starting 30 minutes past midnight here in Germany. Let’s see if I will make it to bed at all 🙂  The Big Boy is organizing some hot chicken wings, beer is in the fridge…life is good 🙂

Streets of Nuremberg Coffee Mugs

Streets of Nuremberg Coffee Mugs

I wish you all a great Super Sunday!


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Game On – 10 Day Photo Challenge

Drinking from my own mugs

S(treets)hirts of Nuremberg

Super Sunday


  1. How great that you have your own Streets of Nuremberg mugs, Marcus — and I can’t help but notice the Elliott Erwitt books behind them. He is among my top five, all-time-favorite photographers. Good luck staying up through the entire Super Bowl! And be glad you’re in Germany instead of here in Minnesota; it’s bitterly cold today, and the streets are all covered in ice after yesterday’s snowfall. Everyone who came for the game is getting a real taste of the tundra this weekend! 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Heide, I’m grateful for non-freezing temperatures for sure. Stay warm! Regarding Elliott Erwitt, he is one of my photographic heroes! One of my most prized photographic possessions is a print from Elliott Erwitt signed by himself.

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      1. How lucky you are to have a signed print! I would be a tiny bit jealous, except I can’t imagine a photographer who would be more deserving than you, since your own work so clearly reflects the humor and humanity that Erwitt brings to his photography.

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      2. You deserve every kind word that comes your way, Marcus — both for being such a kind person yourself, and for the inspiration you bring through your beautiful art.

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      3. Justin Timberlake seems like a fine human being by all accounts, but I’m not into this kind of music either. It was lovely of him to do a Prince tribute, though. Huge pity, there …

        Well. I will stop writing now and let you enjoy the second half of the game! Cheers, Marcus.

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      4. No worries, Heide 🙂 ! I’m sure he is a great guy! But a halftime show is about Music and show, and here we had much better ones the past years. I’m watching the game with one eye, with the other I blog….no problem, as I’m not into either of the playing teams. I watch it just for the love of the game.

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      5. You are really into the spirit of this, aren’t you?! I think next year I should come to Nuremberg to watch the Super Bowl. 😀

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