St. Laurentius and St. Vincentius Church Backemoor
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I was particularly taken with the interesting light on the slate-covered roof of the apse of the church in Backemoor. From glistening light on one side to dark black on the other. Backemoor’s church of St. Laurentius and St. Vincentius dates … read more or write a comment …

Hedgerows near Backemoor
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Previously, I had already reported on the hedgerows as a typical cultural landscape of East Frisia. As I was so often out and about in the countryside near Backemoor, I decided to show these small fields, framed by stately old … read more or write a comment …

East Frisian hedgerows
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Hedgerows are an integral part of our East Frisian cultural landscape, whose origins go back over 1000 years. They shape the landscape, protect against wind erosion, mark boundaries and are a habitat, refuge and food source for hundreds of animal … read more or write a comment …

Sunset over Holter Hammrich
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In East Frisia, the term Hammrich stands for lowland used as meadow or pasture in the transition from the Geest to the Marsch. It is a typical East Frisian landscape that is criss-crossed by small bodies of water. The Holter … read more or write a comment …

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 …

Apple blossoms shortly before opening
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Nature photography in your own garden begins again. Now that the first crocuses have long since faded, the apple tree is getting ready to provide food for the insects. This year I tried to show other flowers in the background … read more or write a comment …

From North
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On our cycle tours through the Nordheide, we are always discovering new paths. Sometimes we just take familiar paths in the opposite direction, as happened on this day when we were cycling through a forest path coming from the north. We … read more or write a comment …

Young dogs romping around
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Between the training sessions, both dogs were allowed to romp around with each other again and again. I have captured a few scenes here that show the typical romp of young dogs.

Young Vizsla
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The Vizsla is a pointing dog originating from Hungary. This one is called Taco and is about the same age as the previously presented Small Münsterlander Finley. Both were on hunting training together that day, so I was able to … read more or write a comment …

Small Münsterländer
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This is Finley. The Small Münsterländer (there is also a breed »Large Münsterländer«) is being trained to become a hunting dog. Here I was present at one of the first sessions, where obeying and attention were trained. In the picture … read more or write a comment …

Rain. Sunlight. Crocuses
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This is how beautiful it can be after the rain in spring. The crocus flowers are full of drops and are made to glow by the flat sun. What a burst of color!

Gap Crocus on the Ground
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After a cold night, it looked as if the crocus had given up between the paving stones. Not only had the flower not opened during the day, it had also bent over and was now lying on the cold stones. … read more or write a comment …

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