The Apple Store at Fifth Avenue in New York City, one of the most iconic architecture in New York. It is located near the Central Park, right in front of the General Motors building.
First day in the Alps 2014, some hiking and some nature.
View on the Central Park and the skyline of Midtown.
It's now about 8 month ago that I had the chance to explore some of the beauty landscapes of Norway. This trip was such an impressing experience, that I had to make more out of it. I did not just want to publish some photos, I wanted to put it into one medium, that concentrates the experience for the viewer. So I played around with some of those new online publishing tools and decided to use Readymag. In the last weeks I built a online magazine which consists out of all my Norway pictures. Just have a look and enjoy: norvegia.pfnphoto.com
View on the Sunnylvsfjord from Hellesylt on a misty and magic morning in the mid of July. The ship is the Costa Luminosa. Panorama view on Hellesylt from Flydalsjevet.
View on Lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge during the blue hour.
Two first photos from the streets of New York City.
The Mountains. The Fjords. The Ocean. Norway.
What would it look like, if the Burj Khalifa would be located in New York City? I wanted to know that and combined one of my New York aerial shots and one of my Burj Khalifa shots in one image. Very interesting to see how the One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower) looks compared to the Burj Khalifa.
Aerial view from the upper bay on Manhattan.
One of the most beautiful experiences on the #costaphotoblogtour was a journey by train through the norwegian landscape. It's on one of the most famous railways in the world and on of the top touristic attractions in Norway. It all starts at Flåm with the Flåmsbana. The Flåm railway leads through wonderful valleys and includes a stop at the famous waterfall Kjosfossen. It goes up to the mountain station Myrdal where you have to switch to the Bergen Railway that leads to Voss – including more iconic landscape views. But have a look at your own:
The Midtown world of skyscrapers, dominated by the iconic Empire State Building. What a view on the urban jungle of New York City.
One of the rare sunny moments on my Norway cruise.
The first series from my Norway cruise is online. It definitely shows the most impressing moments of the tour. Standing on the top of the ship during the early morning and late evening, watching the passing mountains, covered by fog. Unforgettable. A very mystic mood, which I tried to capture in this photos. Enjoy the whole series here. I am also happy to announce, that some of my Norway shots are currently exhibited in Genoa. Costa Cruises, the sponsor of the costaphotoblogtour organized a collaboration with the Edward Munch exhibition at Palazzo Ducale from November 6th to March 27th 2014.