When I saw an aerial photograph of a salt lake for the first time, I was instantly mesmerized by the way they look from above, with their intricate patterns, vibrant colors, and abstract shapes. In fact, I would argue that salt lakes from above almost look like abstract paintings.
I wish you a merry Christmas, relaxed holidays, and a good time with your loved ones! Here are some recent shots to hopefully give you those Christmasly winter wonderland vibes. Have a good one!
My 2023 calendar is now available! The format is horizontal A3 with matt paper. It includes one picture for each month (plus a cover), which I took during my travels this year all around the Alps, France, and Spain. The price is 35€ with free shipping within the EU.
Monviso is the highest mountain in Piemonte in Italy with 3840m in height. The so-called ‘Giro di Viso’ (sth like ‘tour around Monviso’) is a trekking tour around it.
This is the last Iceland Story about how we got a second chance at Fagradalsfjall, the volcano that erupted throughout – almost – all of last year in Iceland.
About a quiet night in the remote Westfjords of Iceland.
Königssee is a lake in Germany, which is also called “Bavarian Fjord” due to the steep mountains surrounding it.
Maybe you already saw pictures of this canyon in Iceland, it is rather well known by now. And this is where the Sheep Incident took place.
There are many glaciers in Iceland but they are not spared from the climate crisis, too. And they make you aware of it.
A few weeks ago, I did a snowshoe hike and stayed on top of the mountain for sunset.