I was at this location three days in a row. The first day I ended up soaking wet in pouring rain. On day two I had to tie my camera to a massive rock because of super strong winds and I also took this picture while I was witnessing the rad colors in the sky. The third day was my favorite though. Actually I was pretty happy with this shot already, but I wanted to get a different angle. So again, I was hiking around for a while, looking for a better composition. But fog came in and I decided to call it a day, walked back to the trail and somehow intuitively looked up to the sky and saw a huge golden eagle right above my head. It was so close and impressive, I almost got scared and for a moment I was just stunned by it's majestic beauty. I watched it fly in circles and then eventually disappear in the fog over the lake. That was just epic and a moment to remember!
the valley beyond
Lumix GH5 with 20mm f/1.7 The Grimsel valley in Haslital after a wonderful sunrise
some time ago, I was standing on a ridge in the opposite direction of this photo and it seemed there was this ridge blocking my view, so I found it on the map and decided to explore it a couple days later. I was expecting and hoping for nice sunset colors for a great photo, but sometimes I worry so much about returning with a good photo, that I almost forget why I wanna be up here in the first place. But that moment as we reached the top, when we got rewarded with a view almost only limited at the horizon, the pictures I took were with my heart and mind. Well, this feeling doesn't last forever, so thanks to my friend Lorenz for posing on that photo! @_paediil
Lumix GH5 with 20mm f/1.7
trying to get creative for the monthly challenge of Lumix Switzerland, topic: reflections
Can't complain, cause this place is actually almost on my doorstep. So I shot this before I went to work one morning at sunrise. The Reichenbach river leading to mount Wellhorn
the longest day
Lumix gh3 - 12mm - f/1.4 - 30s - iso 200 - 80 frames. This is shot from the road that leads from Beatenberg to Thun and I really love the blending of artificial and natural light. @_paediil
my friend Marc at the campfire in front of his home, he fulfilled his dream and lives in a van since a couple weeks. I really felt his excitement and joy for this adventure and I'm glad we could meet up for some shooting and hanging out that night.