24 Dec The Beauty Of The Days Gone By

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FUJIFILM X-T1 (25.4mm, f/9, 1/160 sec, ISO200)

You don’t have to cross an ocean to take great images. All you need to do is to give your sofa a break and go outside.

That’s what I did the day before Christmas. I put on long johns and went out into the cold. It was the last chance to take pictures of the frost because it was the last day of a massive cold front. Two weeks of sub zero temperatures. Time enough to transform the landscape of the Vienna woods.

The light changed all the time. When I started there was fog. Then the fog lifted and there was blue skies before the clouds started to roll over the hills. Truly amazing conditions for landscape photography.

During the years I covered many areas of photography. Nature, wildlife, bird, close ups, portrait, travel but it all started with landscape photography more than 30 years ago. Landscape photography is simple. You don’t need fancy equipment. You don’t need a fast camera. You don’t need expensive lenses. All you need is to be at the right place at the right time.

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