Black Forest, Germany.
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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!
Just stumpled upon this nice photo (in my opinion) when cleaning the archive (=deleting photos). I took this back in January in Saas Fee, Switzerland. This is a part of the mountain named Allalinhorn (4.027 m / 13.212 ft).