Archive for the 'Travel Photography' Category

After ten weeks in South America we flew from Santiago to Sydney and from there up to Cairns. Australia was the fifth country on our tour around the world and the contrast to South America couldn’t have been bigger. The houses around Cairns looked like out of a magazine, there were huge supermarkets and everything[…]


December 10th, 2016

As a landscape photographer it’s my desire to find and capture beauty in nature. During my travels I’m searching for spectacular landscapes, secluded beaches, grand vistas and often when I have found those places, the photos I take just don’t do them justice. But in some cases it can also be the other way around.[…]


November 30th, 2016

Vilcabamba is a little town within a mountainous area in the south of Ecuador. It lies at around 1500 meters above sea level and the surrounding mountains rise up to more than 2000 meters. Although I hadn‘t seen many photos of that area I was sure that I’d be able to find some nice viewpoints[…]

Finally it was time to visit New Zealand’s highest mountain, Mount Cook. On the long drive up to the national park I was hoping that it wouldn’t be shrouded in clouds as it was when I drove towards Lake Tekapo a week before. I was lucky. The clouds had lifted a bit and I could[…]

After visiting Milford Sound the next stop during may way around New Zealand’s South Island were the Catlins. It was a long drive and the minute I reached the coast and could read the sign “Welcome to the Catlins” I found myself in a heavy rainstorm. Winds from the sea blew spray agains my campervan[…]

If you think of New Zealand, many of you will certainly also think of Milford Sound. It has its place in every documentary I’ve watched about New Zealand and it also has a huge attraction to landscape photographers all over the world. I made the detour to Milford Sound when on my drive down from[…]

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