Guerito. Get yours at


I'm trying to be an artist, but my job doesn't let me. So I try to be an artist in my spare time, but that doesn't always work.


My pictures are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license. That means that you can freely share them, or even remix them, as long as you attribute the original to me, and only as long as you don't make money with them. If you want to use one of my pictures for commercial purposes, feel free to contact me and we'll work something out.


Und hier noch ein Wort zu Videos auf Flickr:


Leider kann ich das allgemeine Entsetzen über bewegte Bilder nicht teilen. Für mich ist ein Video ebenso ein Ausdrucksmittel wie ein Foto. Ich kann wirklich nicht verstehen, warum das so schlimm sein soll. Die unqualifizierten Aussagen wie "Das wird wie Youtube" kommen vermutlich von denen, die sich noch nie mit Youtube beschäftigt haben. Auf Youtube habe ich schon so manches Sehenswerte gefunden.


In English:


I'm sorry, I can't share the common disgust with moving pictures. To me, a video is a way to express things as much as a still. I can't really understand why this should be a bad thing. The ones who say "This is going to be like youtube" probably couldn't be bothered to explore youtube thoroughly. I have found a lot of really good videos on youtube.

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  • JoinedNovember 2004
  • OccupationSoftware Developer
  • HometownMunich
  • Current cityLütjensee
  • CountryGermany


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~MAMA Z~ says:

I look forward each day to look through Guerito's photostream. He has a keen eye for flora and fauna (my favorite subjects). His macros are magnificent and one could stare at them for hours picking out things you didn't see before. This man has a talent so can see into his heart's passion.

October 17, 2006

I’m exalted about the photos of Guerito! Have a look at his wonderful action shots, macros/closeups, portraits and other amazing photos – they are full of life and soul. I love them! Regular visiting his photostream is a must!

December 6, 2005