It's Scorpions, "Deadly Sting Suite" composition from the album "Moment Of Glory". To be precise it's compilation of "He's A Woman She's A Man" and "Dynamite" played by Scorpions and Berliner Philharmoniker in June of 2000. Christian Kolonovits also took a hand in that project.
No matter how hard this year has been for you, I hope that on Christmas eve you’ll reach two things: a peace of mind and a harbour to your liking to have a bit of rest, so you’ll be ready for whatever challenges await you in the new year.
Thank you! This year it will be 14 years since I started shooting photos with a DSLR camera and like with motorcycles I have never stopped working on my skills. I have never had a "super professional" camera, sticking to slightly-better-than-basic-versions because the camera had not only to survive life in motorcycle luggage but also to leave space for other things necessary in travels. As far as I remember my first DSLR camera rod with me more than 60K kilometres.
My son is into photography too Gazzz, he uses old film camera's, sorry I don't know what type, and does a lot of black and white photography...
That's cool. Photography makes one look at things from different angles. And yea, I know how it is. I took a film SLR camera (simple and basic soviet model) in my hands even earlier than when I first rode a motorcycle (and that was when I was fourteen). Then and there we had not much of a choice but black and white film, so I had it all: my father' photography enlarger device, red lights in dark room, chemicals to develop image, and so on and so forth.
Later on I had a "flashback" of B&W digital photographing up until I started to see that I could get more with colour. As for the Film VS Digital Photography question, for me it's like with ignition points and electronic ignition. I had my share of both, film and points and I have nothing against them, but I grew too lazy to do them if I have a choice not to.
However, it's worse with other things, including but not limited to: pigs, chickens, potato/corn/vegetables growing, earth digging and so on and so forth. I still remember how to hold the scythe and how to work the hay with it without hands falling off at the end of the morning. Shit, I even could remember how to peen a scythe blade. But hit me if I am willing to do the thing.
I thought that the end of last year was hard... Well, Russians' attempt to invade my country (started around 5 AM today) proves how hugely wrong I was. Now I wonder if I ever would be able to continue this project of ours (as well as other projects).