“Der Juwelier Peridot” – erleben sie die ganze Geschichte!

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Liebe Filmfans und Krimibegeisterten, Bücherwürmer und Romantiker!

Im letzten Jahr habe ich mit Doris Eichenberger den Krimi – Fortsetzungsroman “Der Juwelier Peridot” geschrieben. Im Januar 2017 haben wir den letzten Teil fertiggestellt. Die ganze Geschichte, während eines Jahres für unsere Abonnenten entwickelt – ist nun auf Papier.

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Abstract:

Der Juwelier, der dieser Geschichte den Namen gibt, hat sein Geschäft im edlen Gstaad. Seine Kreationen sind exklusiv, und sein neu geschaffenes Peridot – Collier ist eine Sensation. Doch sein Juweliergeschäft steckt in der Krise…er wird vor unerwartete Herausforderungen gestellt. Als wäre das nicht genug, wird bald darauf im Wald ein Toter entdeckt. Was hat der Juwelier damit zu tun?

Die Sonderermittlerin Judith Schnell, die aus St. Gallen stammt, wird mit dem Fall betraut. Sie stösst auf allerlei Ungereimtheiten und verblüfft die kleine Polizeiwache im Berner Oberland mit ihren Ermittlungsmethoden. Gelingt es ihr, den Mörder zu entlarven, bevor dieser weitere Gräueltaten verüben kann?

Ihr könnt den Krimi hier abonnieren (Box Bestellung Krimi “Der Juwelier Peridot” ankreuzen. Der Versand erfolgt via Email als PDF, die ganze Geschichte kostet 84 Franken):

1st Assistant Director and more!

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Dear readers, 2013 is a big year for me! I just completed my first position on a feature film set as a 1st Assistant Director! The film is a swiss production called “20 Regeln für Sylvie” (20 Rules for Sylvie) and the shoot has been great (challenging and crazy at times, of course, but great!). I had a great deal of responsibility, and saw how all the mechanisms on a big movie set work. However, I was never terrified. To me, the joy was the dominating feeling. It is the strongest confirmation in my professional life so far that I have chosen the right profession for myself! Thanks to that amazing team and our crazy crazy CRAZY director Giacun Caduff, who gave me this chance!

The second big thing that just happened is: Photo Botos published a photo of mine on their site! It is one of my favorites, I took it on a spot I love: on the Isola Del Giglio. On it you can see a rock, shaped like a tooth, and behind it the Isola Montechristo (famous from the movie “the count of Monte Christo”). The light was perfect, it was a magic moment. Take a look and read the full story here 🙂

Rome – A Fascinating City

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I was in Rome recently and I am amazed at its richness and beauty every time I return. It is also a source of Inspiration – the old monuments, the culture, the stile di vita, caffè and food. When we were visiting, Pope Benedict XVI had already resigned and they were waiting for the Conclave to start. So when we wanted to visit the Sixtine Chapel, we found out it was closed because of the preparations for the Conclave. It was a pity, those frescos by Michelangelo really are extraordinary, I would have liked to see them again. Maybe I’ ll have better luck next time:-)

We were really fascinated by the Pantheon; it is over 2000 years old and exudes great strength and power. The hole in the cupola is also special: it is called the “Window to God”.

What do you like most about the eternal city? Please comment below.

Click on an image to view the Gallery in full screen.

Happy 2013! Taking off to new heights…

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Dear visitors,

Thank you so much for your visits, comments, sharing and likes on Miracleworks this past year! It has been a great year with a lot going on. I truly appreciate all your input and support and hope you’ ll be back on this blog in 2013.

All the best, lots of success, good ideas, and a happy and creative 2013 to you all! I can’ t wait to see you back here in the new year, there will be some announcements!

As a symbol for the past year, in which I finished my Bachelor of Arts in Directing, I chose one of my favourite animals: the gabbiano. It looks so graceful as it lands on this rock…sometimes it would be really nice to be able to fly…

Cheers to all the positive, creative people out there! See you soon!

Giglio Campese: spiagga, acqua e il faraglione

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I’ ve declared my love for this place a few times now, and I can’ t wait to go back. There’ s such a feeling of bliss when you swim in the clean, turqoise water in the baia del Campese, or take the surfboard and go out to the farthest rock you see there, which is called the “faraglione”, or the “tooth” by us. You can also go on foot to that spot. From there you can see the Island of Monte Christo, and if the sight is clear, you even see Sardinia.

What is your favourite spot on earth? Please comment below!

Torre in Giglio Campese…a motif for a postcard or a wall

On a rainy weekend like this, I try to think of the sunny spots on earth, like my favourite Island, the Isola Del Giglio. Its name might be familiar to you because of the cruise ship that is still lying there, but I’ ve known the Island for over 20 years. I love the Italian culture, the ocean, the climate and size of the island, the fact that two thirds of it is integral nature reserve and the macchia. Then there is good coffee (like anywhere in Italy) and in autumn you find Porcini. Then take a look at the picture and you’ ll find a couple more reasons why I love this place so much. And I don’ t like the fact that the island’ s pure waters would almost have been polluted and lots of animals would have lost their natural habitat. All for a captain who wanted to show off instead of taking his responsibility seriously.

Please comment below for any feedback, questions, and so forth.

HDR of Urnersee, Flüelen in the foreground: my pictures on your wall!

In February we made a tour from Flüelen along Lake Lucerne to the Tellsplatte, that historic spot where William Tell escaped from his captors on a stormy night, according to the legend. On the way I took this HDR picture. You can buy it and other motifs on my Whitewall page. Check it out!

Beautiful view of Pilatus and Lake Lucerne on a cold winter’ s day

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A few days ago I was out and about in Lucerne and took a few pictures of the beautiful scenery. The sun was just disappearing behind the hill when I took the picture. It was very chilly, but the view made up for the cold temperature. There were even people sitting outside having a coffee. Where do you spend an occasional free afternoon? Can you recommend a beautiful route for a sunday stroll? Please comment below!