Alpes - Pinzgau

Some impressions from a trip to Austria.

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See America - It's close to home - Landscapes

Zion National Park Arches National Park South Buttes There will be always a road leading to something new, to something […]

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See America - It's close to home

The amazing thing about this country is the diversity it has to offer. Whether it is the folk, the landscapes […]

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Dead end

Sossus means in Nama (Khoekhoe language) no return or dead end. There are places that not only look like a […]

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Going wild with the Leica S2

Leica APO-Telyt-R 1:2.8 280mm + Leica APO Extender-R 1.4x, 1/350s, ISO320, beanbag, 100% crop When I decided a few years ago to […]

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It's all about the people - Dadar

Dadar Station Dadar station is one of the busiest stations in the Mumbai Suburban Railway system. It is the only […]

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It's all about the people - Dharavi

Things in a crowded place like Mumbai are a bit different compared to the rural places we went to before. […]

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It's all about the people - Thirunelloor

Our next stop was at Vembanad lake close to a very small village in the Thirunelloor district. I was pretty excited […]

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It's all about the people - Mararikkulam

India is full of clichés, full of emotional clichés. When other people, mostly Westeners, talk about India, it is about […]

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Still the place to be!

When it comes to the place to be, the Americans are totally excited about Berlin and the Europeans are talking […]

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Lost in Namibia

There are two ways to get around Namibia, by car or by plane. Both offer a very different experience, but […]

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Leica Super-Elmar-M 1:3.4/21 ASPH.

The main focal length I am using is 50mm. There is nothing that beats these 50mm. I have a couple […]

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Heimat

Heimat? Hard to tell. I grew up in Berlin and spent 30 years of my life here. I lived surrounded […]

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Himba in Kaokoland

There are some places in the world, which are truly magic. This is a story about such a place. Even […]

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The Village

In the middle of the Damaraland, close to our camp in Khorixas county, is a village which is actually called […]

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Jakob Basson Combined School

During our trip to Namibia we visited the Jakob Basson Combined School in Xhorixas (Damaraland) with some presents for the […]

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50mm Shootout

The Gang has come together for a totally unscientific and senseless shootout, protected by Imperial Guards who are acting as impartial arbitrators, […]

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Leica Monochrom – Part III

JPG, Sepia, Cool, Selenium As written in my previous posts about the Leica Monochrom, JPGs are not my thing.  In […]

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Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech is a beautiful city, especially the old city is a photographer’s paradise and a challenge as well. The character […]

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Porsche Museum

We were at the Porsche Museum a few weeks ago. We means my wife, the MM and the f/0.95 Nocti. […]

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Istanbul

There is not much to say about Istanbul, besides the fact that it is currently the coolest spot in Europe, […]

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Leica Monochrom – Part II

Details, Details, Details So much has already been written about the performance of the Monochrom’s sensor, that there is nearly […]

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Hagia Sofia (Ayasofya)

The Hagia Sofia, next to Saint Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, is one of the most impressive churches I have […]

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Imperial Harem

One of the first things we did in Istanbul was visiting the Topkapi Palace. To be honest our first idea […]

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Leica Monochrom – Part I

Love, Light, Leica Even if the headline is way too pathetic, I couldn‘t resist using it as it kind of […]

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Aotearoa

Aotearoa is the Māori name for New Zealand. There is a lot to say about New Zealand, but I am not […]

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Canyons & Valleys

The density and beauty of the canyons in the western part of the USA is still unique. You can see […]

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Venice of the north

Stockholm is very beautiful place. What I do love the most about the city are the earthy colours used for […]

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Arches & Needles & Mesas

Arches National Park It wouldn’t be that surprising if a dinosaur came around the corner. That is what describes Arches […]

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