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Wild water, steep rock part II

Thursday, 15 November 2018

Today I would like to serve you the second series of images I took this year in the Gesäuse National Park in Styria, during my location scouting trips. I mainly focused on easy reachable places, mostly along the Enns River which runs all the way through the park surrounded by numerous massive peaks and delicious forests. Hope you'll enjoy my impressions.

Wild water, steep rock part II

A closer look at the slopes after some intense rainfalls.

The slowly setting sun paints the autumn woods in even more gold, while the blue waters of the river make a lovely color contrast.

Moss coverd and quite slippery rocks can be found all along the Enns River.

Floating water, floating foliage.

Preparations for the upcoming day.

Another dew covered tiny meadow resident.

It actually took me quite a while this day to catch a short glimpse on the mountains before the rain clouds hid them again.

A lovely little pond hidden between trees and reed.

My view at the mountains through some lovely fall foliage.

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Habitats 2019

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

I'm pleased to announce that the next edition of my DIN A3 (29.7 x 42cm) calendar "Habitats 2019" finally arrived from the printing company and can already be ordered. Again it's filled with 13 high quality photographs, I took during the last couple of years.

Ich freue mich die nächste Ausgabe meines DIN A3 (29,7 x 42cm) Kalenders "Habitats 2019" ankündigen zu dürfen. Er ist eben druckfrisch bei mir eingetroffen und wieder gefüllt mit 13 hochwertigen Fotografien aus den letzten Jahren und kann selbstverständlich bereits bestellt werden.

Habitats 2019

A little glimpse of next year's title image.
Eine kleine Vorschau auf das nächstjährige Titelbild.

You can see the images of March and August as an example.
Hier beispielhaft zu sehen die Bilder für März und August.

Please also make sure to check out the preview of the whole piece.
Für eine Vorschau des vollständigen Kalenders bitte einfach diesem Link folgen.

You can purchase the calendar for € 22.00 (excl. shipping costs). If you want one, just drop me a line at photo@rupertkogler.com.

Das gute Stück kostet € 22,00 (exkl. etwaigem Versand). Wer einen Kalender möchte schreibt einfach ein kurzes E-Mail an photo@rupertkogler.com.


Wild water, steep rock part I

Saturday, 10 November 2018

Since I will lead two workshops next year in cooperation with the well-known Fotoschule Gesäuse (the new 2019 program will be online soon) at the Gesäuse National Park in Styria, Austria, I spent some more time in that area this year, especially in autumn. Actually I always wanted to get to know this place much better, because it offers really quite a bunch of great unaffected nature sceneries, wonderful vistas, beautiful flora and lots of wildlife. And of course I also did some (landscape) photography during my scouting trips in the national park. I would like to display some of these impressions here partitioned in three blog entries, so make sure to stop by here again soon for the next series.

Wild water, steep rock part I

Wild water ...

... steep rock.

Some fall foliage performs one last dance, before it will finally be washed away forever.

Beside the obviously great landscapes, the national park also hides countless little treasures.

Still one of my favorite experiences. A dew covered flower meadow during a sunny morning.

I experienced quite lovely conditions at this calssic view on this particular morning long before sunrise.

Due to the drought this summer and fall, the water level of the Enns River is very low, but because of that the color of the river is even more beautiful than normally.

The rising sun illuminates some of the numerous peaks of the area.

First signs of autumn along this rather small but untamed creek.

Beside my location scouting I also had the pleasure to visit the Gesäuse for some more days to judge the Austrian Nature Photographer of the Year 2018 hosted by the VTNÖ. You can check out the awarded images of these event here.

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