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Beside Dolphins part II - New Zealand part XXI

Friday, 24 April 2020

(Since, as you all probably know already, my main goal is to raise awareness for the importance of wild nature by showing it in my images, it seems important to me to display some of the pictures, of course. Unfortunately I still just cannot find the time to write the articles I would like to here on my website for all my series of images. So I decided to show the upcoming sets of images just with a very few words instead of not showing them at all. Sorry for that. Hope you enjoy the pictures nevertheless and may they hopefully speak for themselves. And of course, your thoughts and feedback are welcome anytime.) The series you can see in this blog entry shows the second set of some none-dolphin impressions of our stay at the amazing Curio Bay in New Zealand.

Beside Dolphins part II - New Zealand part XXI

Two Oystercatchers still relaxing as the sun comes up in intense red ...

... before it finally drenches the sea in morning gold.

Observing Gannets crashing down into the sea will probably never bore me.

Big waves constantly hitting the rocks, while the last glow on the evening skies finally vanishes.

Just imagine the pleasure, to know, that your girl and your baby boy are still sleeping in their cozy bags surrounded by this peaceful environment, while you stroll around in the early morning completely alone on this beach, enjoying the sunrise and waiting for the dolphins to appear. Priceless.

Blue waters and blue clouds during blue hour.

Also this stream will finally flow into the ocean close to the bay.

A White-faced Heron having a rest on the coastal rocks at low tide.

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Beside Dolphins part I - New Zealand part XX

Thursday, 23 April 2020

(Since, as you all probably know already, my main goal is to raise awareness for the importance of wild nature by showing it in my images, it seems important to me to display some of the pictures, of course. Unfortunately I still just cannot find the time to write the articles I would like to here on my website for all my series of images. So I decided to show the upcoming sets of images just with a very few words instead of not showing them at all. Sorry for that. Hope you enjoy the pictures nevertheless and may they hopefully speak for themselves. And of course, your thoughts and feedback are welcome anytime.) The series you can see in this blog entry shows the first set of some none-dolphin impressions of our stay at the amazing Curio Bay in New Zealand.

Beside Dolphins part I - New Zealand part XX

The surf and the Kelp covered rocks at this particular area just could have entertained me for ages.

While the sea inside the bay is quite calm, it's pretty rough outside.

To give you an idea of scale, the Kelp fingers in this image have a diameter similar to my arms.

Again beautiful forests not far from the coast line.

Just take a look at the horizontal trunk to see how much life it actually carries.

This was for sure the most fascinating light I ever experienced in a forest. I know this image might look quite messed up regarding the white balance, but in fact it has a color temperature of 6000 Klevin.

Looking for some easy to catch prey in the tide pools.

Beside the bird, you might also spot a glimpse of a Hector's Dolphin in the frame.

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Projects

Sunday, 19 April 2020

No typical photo series here today. Instead I would like to invite you all to have a look on a new site on my homepage, called Projects, which will introduce you to a few topics I'm working on since quite some time. Actually you'll discover six projects there and in their course you can also browse through five new galleries. I hope you like it, cheers!

Projects

Treentimacy is about the mesmerizing structures and the fragility of trees an forests illustrated by intimate views to these subjects.

Liquid Souls is also about plants and fragility, but with quite an other approach.

Natürliche Nähe tries to display the beauty and importance of Upper Austria's wetland areas.

Habitats focusses on animals in their magnificent environments.

Silhouettes of Grace shows the shapes of animals and plants infront of some contrasty backdrops.

Kingdom of Dignity introduces to the fascinating life of Alpine Ibexes in Austira's High Tauern National Park.

Needless to say, I recommend to take your time to browse through the new Projects galleries. As always, feedback is much appreciated, of course :)

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