Dramatic Clouds above the Treene
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Right on the first evening of our holiday on the Eiderstedt peninsula we were pulled out by bike into the Treenemarsch. It should be an unforgettable late summer evening with dramatic clouds about us, which we don’t know from home. There … read more or write a comment …

Grain and rape field at the avenue to Meilsen
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I’ve had this picture in my mind since several weeks. Every morning on the way to work, or on Saturday on the way to shopping, I pass these fields. In the morning sun, the rapeseed field shines really brightly behind … read more or write a comment …

Cranes at Tister Moor
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After the sun had set over the moor landscape, the calls of the cranes became slowly audible. First individual small groups, then ever larger swarms of cranes flew from all directions towards the moor. After the first cranes had landed already … read more or write a comment …

Evening mood in the moor
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At the time of the crane migration, up to 20,000 cranes had already been counted as overnight stays in the Tister Moor in Lower Saxony, Germany. One evening before sunset I drove to the moor, but I wasn’t alone by … read more or write a comment …

Red Cliff at Kampen
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Kampen on Sylt, below the Red Cliff. I am always fascinated by the rust-red clay edge of the cliff, which is up to 30 metres high, especially when the sunlight intensifies the effect of the colour at the golden hour. … read more or write a comment …

At the beach of List in early morning hours
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In the early hours of the morning it is almost mystical, when large parts of the beach are still in the blue shade and the sun came down to the ocean waves. This morning, two days after the wonderful Biike … read more or write a comment …

Hayden Valley and Yellowstone River
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Early in the morning, 6:15am — we drove through the early morning fog from Canyon Village to Hayden Valley to see large herds of bison. But the surprise was big, the first bison cop approached us in the dark from … read more or write a comment …

Black Sand Basin
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The Black Sand Basin is located on the Yellowstone National Park’s ring road only 1.5 km northwest of Old Faithful. It is an isolated hydrothermal area with large hot springs and some small geysers, which got its name from some … read more or write a comment …

West Thumb Geyser Basin
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The southernmost collection of geysers and hot springs of the Yellowstone National Park can be found on the West Thumb Geyser Basin, right on the western shore of the large Yellowstone Lake. On our way from the Grand Teton National … read more or write a comment …

T. A. Moulton Barn
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T.A. Moulton Barn in yellow sunlight! Yellow are the meadows around the barn, in the background the Grand Teton. After my visit at Schwalbacher’s Landing to capture the Grand Teton and it’s reflection in the Snake River I drove just a … read more or write a comment …

Red Teton Range
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On my way back form the lakes at Schwalbacher’s Landing I came along the Snake River to see a read glow from the rising sun on the Teton Range. What a fantastic view to the glowing Grand Teton with it’s reflection … read more or write a comment …

String Lake & Leigh Lake Hike
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»In early morning hours at String Lake. The water of the narrow lake is dark blue in front of us, it is mirrorless because there is no wind blowing. The majestic peaks of the Teton mountain range are perfectly reflected … read more or write a comment …

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