Tister Bauernmoor - before sunrise (0054)
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Tister Bauernmoor was transformed from industrial peat extraction to a rewetted natural paradise after the turn of the millennium. Today, thousands of cranes migrate here in autumn and just as many geese can be observed here during winter time. It is located only about 20 minutes by car from my home.

From one of the two observation towers you have a great view of the vast water areas, in which the clouds can be reflected when there is no wind. What I like about this picture is the glowing orange stripe as it extends below the dark blue cloud. If you look closely, you can also see the orange behind the small groups of trees on the water surface, because there the water was a little calmer on the lee side (the side away from the wind).

 

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