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Glanzlichter 2014 – Highlight

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I’m happy about a highlight at this years international competition on nature photography “Glanzlichter” in category “Magnificent Wilderness”! Among more than 16.000 contributions, I was successful with my photograph of a autumn sunrise in Bavarian Forest National Park.

In a spring forest

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After a rediculous winter season, spring started very early this year in Germany. By now, the beech forests are already fully covered in fresh, green leaves for a few weeks. One of the most amazing environments is the ramson beech spring forest of the Franconian Switzerland. This extensively growing plant[…]

Autumn in Bavarian Forest

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My first vitist of the Bavarian Forest National Park had been almost exactly a year ago when I travelled to this beautiful place with a friend of mine at the beginning of October. At this time, autumn is already about to show its most beautiful face in the higher regions[…]

An urgent petition!

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Dear friends, the unique and breathtaking highlands of Iceland are under severe threat. The new Icelandic government is aiming at new powerplants, power lines and paved roads to satisfy the energy needs of one of the most energy consumig and polluting industries of the planet – the aluminium shelters. One[…]

EuroNatur exhibition 2013

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If you are visiting the Bavarian Forest National Park from 7th of September to 13th of December and come by the Mauth information center, watch out for the exhibition of the EuroNatur competition on nature photography 2013.

Aurora Borealis – Magic of the North

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One purpose of the Iceland trip in February/March was to see and shoot one of the most amazing and fascinating phenomenons of the planet – the Northern Light (Aurora Boralis). The lights, formed by the interaction of solar winds, the earth’s magnetic field and atmosphere, are typical for Iceland in[…]

A trip to the Alps

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In July, I visited the Austrian and Slovenian Alps for a few days to shoot mainly mountain landscapes and streams. Starting at the Dachstein mountains, I continued my stay in the High Tauern National Park in a wonderful alpine valley at about 2500m and then went on to the Slovenian[…]

Iceland Winter 2013 II

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In winter, the weather in Iceland is almost as changeable as in every other season. A first week of barely wintry temperatures was followed by a second one with up to -10°C during the nights, which did not make sleeping in the car more comfortable. But even worse than the[…]

Spring Flora 2013

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As spring is taking a break for countless days here in Germany now, I thought it’s time to show you some of the floral output of the past weeks and months today. There are some subjects I look for year after year, but it doesn’t get boring. Every time, you[…]

Iceland Winter 2013 I

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Today I’d like to show you a first collection of photographs I took during my two weeks Iceland trip in late February/beginning of March with two good friends of mine, Martin and Stevie Amm from Naturfranken. After four trips to Iceland in summer, this was my first winter travel to[…]