The cross light of Norddorf, Amrum. Height: 8m / 26ft. A pretty windy place up there with a wonderful view over the North Sea (which you don’t see cause it’s behind me. :)).
Another one from the North Sea.
I’ve been away for some days. Visited some friends in Munich who took us to the Oktoberfest. And I met Tobias Lang (http://tobias-lang.com/) in the studio. We had a real good time. Thanks for the shooting!
We had the luck to see a full halo the other day. It was so beautiful …
You can read something about halos here:
Taking this photo was an exciting challenge because the wind was blowing with a force of about 6 (40-50 km/h or 25-31 mph). I used a ND filter here to achieve an exposure time of a few seconds to capture the movement of the flag. When I set up the tripod I realized that it was vibrating a little bit because of the strong breeze. I wasn’t sure if the photos would get really sharp. But, it seems like it worked quite well. Thanks to Manfrotto! Great stuff!
Btw, the sand was moving very fast as well. After this shot my shoes were completely covered with sand. 🙂
You can also view this photo at flickr.
A long exposure taken at the beach of …. hmm …. somewhere on the island called Sylt. Close to Westerland if I remember correctly.
(Now I also remember this passage: When leaving the restaurant, Zaphod and Ford steal a spaceship, which turns out to be a stuntship belonging to Disaster Area, programmed to dive into a star to provide backing effects for a rock concert. LOL So funny, have to read the books again.)