After my first visit in the wonderful region "Pinzgau" in Austria during the end of May, I came back in August to be part of an unique event at one of the most beautiful places in the Alps: a Photonightwalk at the artificial lakes of Kaprun. With a group of photographers I spend 24 hours at the lake, between several over 3000m high mountains like the Kitzsteinhorn, Wiesbachhorn and the Großglockner. The event was organized by the austrian power provider "Verbund" and the tourist board Zell am See-Kaprun. We could see and photograph the wonderful nightsky, framed by the mountains. Besides some rain during the early evening, the weather was great and the sky clear. After a short night I hiked up a little bit and enjoyed the beautiful sunup over the Stausee Mooserboden and Wasserfallboden. Big Thanks to Thomas Wurzinger from Verbund and Christian Mairitsch from Zell am See-Kaprun, who made this possible!
The first image from my trip to Zell am See / Kaprun in May. The Grossglockner High Alpine Road, covered by fog. I visited the area this weekend again, this time with much more sun. More details soon.
Karwendel series, summer 2012.
Aerial view on the Queensboro Bridge leading into Manhattan.
Check out my series from the Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island in NYC: pfnphoto.com/new/four-freedoms-park
Nightview on Central Park, Upper Manhattan and the George Washington Bridge from Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center).
One of the greatest views on Manhattan you find in Weehawken. If you want to escape the vibrant Manhattan for a short time, just take the ferry to Weehawken and enjoy the view onto the skyline of New York City. I used the time during the blue hour with some last reflections of sunlight in the top of the skyscrapers. Great moment!
The Øresund Bridge, connecting Denmark and Sweden. Between Copenhagen and Malmoe through the Øresund.
Sunset over Manhattan, New York City. View from Empire State Building.
Some aerial images showing the Netherlands from above. This dutch landscapes are captured around Amsterdam.
One of my favorite architects is Zaha Hadid. Now she designed a building near my home: the Hall 3A of Messe Nürnberg.
Three days in the Alps full of rain, fog, mud and snow. Not always comfortable but definitely worth the output. The Hohe Tauern around Zell am See and Kaprun are just awesome.