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Gentle and colorful part I

Monday, 30 September 2019

I guess truly everyone enjoys the presence of flowers and so do I. Although blooming flowers and other blossoms actually can be found at most times of the year and also today, like Cyclamen or Autumn Crocuses, spring and early summer are of course the best seasons for these little colorful pleasures. So when autumn's just around the corner, I think it's a good moment to share some spring flower pictures.

Gentle and colorful part I

I missed a stunning sunset because I just couldn't resist these lovely orchids along my way.

I found this beauty while I was actually looking for Lady's Slippers.

Taking a closer look at some Snowdrops at sunset.

Probably one of the most tender flowers of Austria covered in morning dew.

A very rare variety of the Common Hepatica are the pink ones.

Marsh Marigold can be found close to ponds, stream and on other very wet soils.

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Days of yellow part II

Friday, 27 September 2019

Again I decided to upload more than one posting simultaneously to speed things up a bit ... Autumn is probably the best time for landscape photography. Due to the changing foliage, intense colors can be found everywhere and due to the often rainy weather they really start to pop up. And beside that, the light during the cloudy days allows to shoot at any time of the day, not only in the morning or evening hours. And for a fog lover like me, this time of the year usually offers also quite a lot exciting foggy moments.

Days of yellow part II

It always amazes me how fog transports light into the woods. But it actually even more amazes me how fog also transports colors into the woods.

A mainly wild stream of emerald water running through the colored landscape.

Postcard weather invited us for a walk around the lake.

All shades of yellow covering the woods.

When some soft fog brings the blue of the skies into the forest.

For creek photography I always wear my waders, so that I can easily get the view I want, without getting wet and cold.

Lots of Beeches can be found in the woods along the Salza River. So, when they're dressed up in fall colors, the vista is gorgeous.

I really like the parts of the forest where the floor is covered with grass.

Finally a thick layer of fallen foliage stretches all along the shore.

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Days of yellow part I

Thursday, 26 September 2019

Following my New Zealand landscape images, you can see some Austrian autumn landscape impressions in my next two blog entries. Rivers, creeks and forests are always a good destination for autumn photography. How did I already get these shots with all the fall foliage in September? I took them back in 2018 ;) So, before the colorful season starts again this year, it's really about time to show these pictures, I guess. Hope you enjoy them and some of you are also already looking forward to this year's season of yellow, gold, orange and red.

Days of yellow part I

A little mist above the water on a rainy day causes gorgeous conditions.

I just love it when the sunlight hits some fog.

Reflection of the peaks on a sunny autumn afternoon.

Beside the soft light, one of the best things about photographing during overcast and rainy days is the fact, that there is no need to hurry, because the conditions usually don't change quickly.

What an awesome display of colors. The Salza River surrounded by mixed forest at the peak of autumn.

A little Spruce hit by an intense ray of sunlight.

Where the fog scatters and the blue skies start to appear, the light conditions are always exciting.

Just a tiny area, but a lovely forest.

I only spent one day at the Salza River so far, but I was definitely blessed with the conditions.

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