Sunset over the cornfield
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This is the first smartphone picture I’ve shown on my blog. I can now shoot in high resolution and especially in RAW so that I can capture beautiful lighting moods at any time with the camera in my pocket and … read more or write a comment …

Rauðibotn & Hólmsárlón
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Rauðibotn & Hólmsárlón from above. It shows so beautifully how this particular crater is embedded in the landscape of the Icelandic highlands. I wonder why the crater is called »red ground«. It is only green because of the moss, underneath … read more or write a comment …

Rauðibotn crater from a drone perspective
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Rauðibotn crater as a drone shot. This was the only way I could capture the colorful splendor of the red crater rim together with the moss-green ground. I had the sun behind the drone and a correspondingly bright red on … read more or write a comment …

Hólmsárlón
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If you leave the ascent to the crater rim of Rauðibotn to the right and take the path to the left, you will come to Lake Hólmsárlón. The Hólmsá flows out of the lake in a small cascade. The turquoise … read more or write a comment …

Rauðibotn — the red crater with the green ground
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This beautiful crater near the Hólmsá ford on the F210 can be reached on a short hike. However, you have to climb quite steeply to get this view of the crater, the upper stream of Hólmsá and the Mýrdalsjökull glacier … read more or write a comment …

The Fire Gorge — Eldgjá & Ófærufoss
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Eldgjá, the Fire Gorge, is an 8 km long and up to 150 m deep volcanic fissure. It erupted in the middle of the 10th century, shortly after the first colonisation of Iceland. The Eldgjá is a wonderful place to … read more or write a comment …

Like a grey scale — in 12 steps from black to white
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This image looks like a black and white picture, but it is really developed in color. In the black desert in the Icelandic highlands there are at best a few red craters, but I didn’t have any of them in the … read more or write a comment …

Red Craters
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In the foreground, three red craters rising from a black ash/lava landscape, and in the background, a mighty highland river running along in front of moss-covered mountains. This is the Icelandic highlands in its purest form. Especially when a blanket … read more or write a comment …

Morning Light in the Woods
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The hikes in the woods often took us into the forest in the morning hours. It was especially nice to hike east in the morning hours, because then I always got to see the backlight situations I love. This morning it … read more or write a comment …

Entrance to »Höllenschlucht«
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Why this beautiful path on the edge of Brunsberg is called »Höllenschlucht — Hell Gorge« has not yet become clear to me. It is a dry valley left behind by the Ice Age. It has this beautiful sandy soil, so … read more or write a comment …

In the woods
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Since early summer, my son and I have been hiking through the forests around Buchholz. We have now hiked over 200 km in the Stuvenwald, around the Brunsberg, in the Harburger Bergen and the Fischbeker Heide. The picture here shows … read more or write a comment …

Rapeseed in front of rain clouds
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With this dramatic picture I would like to say goodbye to the rapeseed series from Angeln. The picture was taken when we wanted to go for a short bike ride over Lindaunis. But then the rain front made us start … read more or write a comment …

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