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.
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.
Situated on the shores of a scenic lake Wakatipu and surrounded by the glorious mountain ridges, Queenstown is not only world’s adventure capital, but also an amazing place for landscape photography.
Many consider the Hooker Valley Track to be one of the best half-day hikes in New Zealand’s South Island. It is definitely stunning. Yet sadly, we didn’t enjoy it as much as we hoped.