Winter is a lovely season in the Black Forest, and there are countless hidden little gems to find and adore here. Today, I will take you to some of my favourite locations in the Northern Black Forest that may be less famous but are every bit as beautiful as the established landmarks of the region.
We continue our journey through the beautiful winter Black Forest. Today, we’re heading to the All Saints’ Abbey, a place where history, legend, and natural beauty blend together into something unique, charming and well worth a visit.
I’ve discovered Karlsruher Grat just recently and was immediately impressed. It’s a fabulous place to spend a day enjoying the views and photographing a winter wonderland in the Black Forest
As I continue to explore Allgäu, I wondered if I could find an easier hike in the region that is both great for photography and isn’t brutally demanding.
Lake Seealpsee is a stunning lake in the midst of Bavarian Alps. It is a tough hike, but those who see it through will be rewarded with fantastic views.
High in the mountains of Allgäu, reachable only through hours of excruciating hike, lies a beautiful Alpine lake Schrecksee. We managed to get to it just in time to photograph an incredible sunset.
Southern Bavaria is an absolutely amazing place with tons of interesting locations for landscape photography. Unfortunately, we were only visiting for a weekend, so after exploring lake Königsee and shooting the famous boathouses, we had just one more day to check out some of the other sights the region has to offer. Needless to say,…
Lake Königsee and its sister lake Obersee have long been on my radar as a place to visit. I just had to get my own photo of the beautiful boathouses you find there. And, dare I say, I was not disappointed by what I discovered.
I never thought about going to a Formula 1 race until I got the tickets to one from from my girlfriend. And man, what a blast it turned out to be! Watching F1 live is something that I recommend any true fan to experience.
Photographing a famous place like castle Neuschwanstein can be a real challenge. With lots of visitors every day, is it even possible to create anything remotely original? I decided to try.
Framed by magnificent Alps, lake Eibsee with its emerald-green water is one of the most picturesque locations in the south Germany. I’ve been there twice and I can tell you – It’s amazing.
Saxon Switzerland national park in eastern Germany has been on my radar for a while. So once the opportunity presented itself, we packed our gear and headed east to spend three nights in this part of Germany
For anyone fascinated with history, the abandoned tanks near the town of Sögel in Germany are a must-visit. Tucked away behind the trees, the tanks are hidden from sight, but are easy to reach if you know where to look.