INFRARED PICS 2016

Find some of my Photographs I have taken this summer. The technique is called INFRARED

http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/infrared-photography-tips-on-how-to-get-started/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infrared_photography

and some pics with google search

PHOTOROTATION

Photos taken in my garden. Flowers, trees,… with a rotating camera.

I made a special contruction for this 😉 – No digital effects!

AUTUMN / FALL / HERBST in AUSTRIA / ÖSTERREICH

A little walk in Hössgang (lower Austria). Next to the danube. Enjoy colors and forms of the autumn!

FOTOSAFARI III

The third episode of this series shows images from Spitz (Wachau/Austria). The Wachau is the most famous area for wine in Austria. The beginning of autuum/fall is also the beginning of  grape harvest. Today I hiked the Panoramatrail „Spitzer Graben“ and made many fotos within this theme.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wachau
http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/970 „FOTOSAFARI III“ weiterlesen

OMO – MURSI – KARO

This is a little note about tribes in the valley of Omo in Ethiopia.

Nowhere else in the world you can find such many different cultures in a confined space then in this valley. This is a reason why tourists visit this space and bring there own culture – and money. This is going to be a problem for inidenous.

Inspired by this article of the Austrian newspaper Der Standard http://derstandard.at/2000005698571/Aethiopien-Am-Fluss-der-Voelker-im-Omo-Tal I found this beautiful images of portaits via google image search (klick for more):

Tribe of Mursi:

MursiTribe of Karo:

karo

take also a look at this compilation:

omo

FOTOSAFARI II

Today’s Fotosafari displays new images from the Tannermoor in Upper Austria. This marshland is a protected area in the district of Freistadt. Every photo was shot with the Manual Program of my Nikon D90. ISO 200 Standard

 

FOTOSAFARI WALDVIERTEL

Little hiking trip through the Waldviertel (Lower Austria).  The trip (Panoeramarunde) started in Bad Traunstein and leads you through a typical area of the Waldviertel. Many stones, much wood, many fields, sparsely populated.