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This is the story of three old friends, a small cat and their house in Tuscany, captured in beautiful meditative photos by MARCUS PHILIPP SAUER. These friends have dedicated their lives to mindfulness and simplicity. Consumption is not the key to happiness.
Fueled by social media, we are currently raising a generation of narcissistic show-offs … People with a narcissistic personality are characterized by an inflated self-image. They have an exaggerated feeling of self-importance and are convinced of their uniqueness. Their need for attention and admiration is excessive accordingly.
We read on WIKIPEDIA : “The Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is marked by a lack of empathy for the feelings of others, overestimation of personal abilities and an increased desire for recognition. A typical symptom of those suffering from the disorder is that they are obsessed with impressing others and seeking admiration for themselves, but have only little interpersonal empathy and are unable to fully reciprocate emotional warmth.”
Practicing mindfulness, however, helps us to learn how to live in the here and now again. It is about consciously perceiving the moment. It is the attempt to simply be aware of, observe and be present in our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment – in a nonjudgemental manner. The concept of mindfulness has its roots in Buddhism, in which meditation plays a major role. Mindfulness is a mental stance that is the foundation of all forms of meditation.
“If we don’t drastically change our way of thinking, our greed will be our downfall.” Marcus Philipp Sauer, who captured the beautiful reportage, concludes.
Mindfulness can also mean looking at everyday things from a different perspective and breaking out of routines: by taking a different approach than usual, listening to music you never would otherwise, eating with the left hand instead of the right, consciously soaking in artwork without judgement…
GoSee : marcussauer.com
24.01.2023 show complete article
“It’s like having goosebumps. On your retina. And your eardrums. That’s the Macan GTS. There are things that impress you from the very first moment. Or at first sight. And there are things that have an even greater effect on us. They take our breath away.” PORSCHE on the new Macan GTS.
For transportation specialist MARCUS PHILIPP SAUER and the Porsche Macan GTS, it was off this time to the picturesque Tannheimer Valley, located at more than 1100 m a.s.l. in the Tannheim mountain range, and part of the Allgäu Alps in the administrative district of Reutte. Where else can you have so much fun simply looking at a car let alone driving it than you can off-road? Post of the motifs was taken care of directly by Marcus Philipp Sauer in-house.
Porsche loves to take everything inspirational up a notch : “So that drivers can get even more of what they already love: the feeling of driving a Porsche. Precisely the feeling the Macan GTS stands for: More of what you love.”
The Porsche Macan. A sports car built for use every day, but never an every-day ride. Starting at € 91,477, the GTS is certainly a major league player. The Macan is manufactured entirely at the Porsche assembly plant in Leipzig.
GoSee : porsche.com & marcussauer.com
12.10.2022 show complete article
In Berlin, Marcus Philipp SAUER and his team met up with post & CGI studio Dock2 as well as model H. Hermann to stage the MERCEDES GLA in our modern world. They photographed with what is referred to as a stand-in car, which served later as a reference vehicle for the CGI model. We present you the magnificently colorful and dynamic result with the car in the trendy color Jupiter Red here on GoSee.
The new MERCEDES GLA boasts upgraded equipment options, with new tailored equipment packages for the interior as well as new colors and designs. The exterior design of the Mercedes-Benz GLA is marked by impressively powerful structures and dynamic lines.
Further transportation projects by the photographer are available on GoSee and his website.
20.09.2022 show complete article