Black Forest, Germany.
(Click on the image for a large view. )
The lake “Mummelsee” is one of the most important attractions in the Northern Black Forest. It is located 1.036 m ASL and 17 m deep. You can find some more info on Wikipedia.
I hope all your plans and dreams for 2011 come true. I think it’s going to be a fantastic year.
This photo of some trees at Schauinsland can also be viewed in my Flickr stream.
3rd photo from one of my favorite winter series. Really love the mood here.
If you browse through this photoblog for a while you may find some more photos from the same place. 🙂
The end of 2009 is near and it’s time for some words. Continue reading “Goodbye 2009”
Yesterday I re-visited one of the most beautiful places in the Southern Black Forest, called Schauinsland. This is a beech tree that got its shape from the steadily blowing wind.
The weather was really uncomfortable (fog, wind, heavy snowfall, -5°C) but perfect for shots like this one. I’m really happy with how it came out. I didn’t convert the photo to b&w but due to the fog there were no colors. So it’s a “natural” b&w. 🙂
One of the beech trees in the Southern Black Forest that got it’s shape from the steadily blowing west wind.
Photo from last winter (still have a lot of these). Hope I can visit this place very soon again.
View over the Northern Black Forest from the Mummelsee (about 1.000m / 3.300ft.). Winter has arrived. Yay!