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Best of Torres del Paine – The Amazing French Valley Hike
Best Landscape Photography Locations in Patagonia
Three Places to Enjoy Winter in the Black Forest
Black Forest in Winter: All Saints’ Abbey and Waterfalls
Black Forest in Winter: Karlsruher Grat
Vallerret Ipsoot Photography Gloves Review
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Special photography gloves is such a cool idea! Got these a couple months back and I honestly couldn't be happier. Gone are the days of having to take off the glove to operate the camera. So if you shoot in winter and haven't heard of @vallerret yet, they're awesome. I have even written a review of the gloves over on my website in case you're interested (and no, I'm not associated with or paid by them to say it - I just like the gloves!)
Felt somewhat melancholic today, so I thought I'd post something appropriate. Taken a couple of months back on a particularly snowy day on Feldberg when you could only see a few meters ahead. I guess it is a bit like life - sometimes you just have to believe you're on the right path and keep going. A thought to contemplate during the weekend I guess.
Another Black Forest waterfall because, well it's Tuesday, and Tuesday is a waterfall day! Ok, I totally made that up, but its a nice picture nonetheless.
When the snow is melting, there are waterfalls. And right now, with the temperature jumping from -10 to +18 in just a single week here in South Germany, is a perfect time to grab the camera and go shooting. If you are lucky to live close enough to the Black Forest, check out my latest blog post for some ideas.
Well, who says you can't combine business with pleasure? So, here's to a good weekend full of inspiring journeys and interesting discoveries!
Black Forest is not only beautiful nature but also lots of history. Had tremendous fun exploring these fabulous ruins of a medieval abbey. A really cool place for anyone into middle ages. If you're interested, I talk a lot about it in my blog article - have a read, the link's in bio.