For many years I have loved to capture the nature around me on photos. While I only used my cellphone camera at first, in 2018 I also got to know how to handle a real SLR camera. Since then I’m almost obsessed with it and I can not stop taking pictures.
This year, on 15th of Juli 2018, I learned how to use a real photo camera and it made me incredibly happy! I don't want to use my cellphone cam anymore. ... Thank you @popritkinphoto for the great Landscape-Photo-Workshop and thanks to @jeanstudler for lending me your camera! !!!
On Snowshoes to Laguna Jakob
For the last 4 years I had been dreaming of a winter hike with snowshoes. This weekend the dream finally came true. We went up to Laguna Jakob and stayed in Refugio San Martin. Our guides Juanjo and Franky from @wowpatagonia were great. We had a spectacular time. This one is my favourite picture: Sunday morning, walking down from Laguna Los Témpanos.
A Thousand Suns
It's really impressive what beautiful effects you can create by closing the diaphragm of the camera while taking pictures of the sun. On this one, the interaction of the leaves and the water reflection created thousands of little sparkling suns...
Cerro Tres Reyes
Soon I will go on a snowshoe hike again! We have planned the holidays for December: This time not in the Andes, but in the Alps. Yippie!!!
Rio Casa de Piedra
I think rivers and mountains have both a strong symbolic meaning within a landscape. If a river represents the course of my life, then mountains stand for the goals I want to achieve in it. I've never climbed up Cerro Tres Reyes and there isn't any official path to the peak. But I already know a possible way and It's a great wish of mine to be there. So from now on, I believe that this goal will act like a magnet over the course of my life. And one fine day I'll take the picture the other way round: From the top of the mountain, down to the river.