reflect man (Passo giau, Italy)
long road (Passo Giau, Italy)
Seceda sunburst, Dolomites (Italy)
the teeth of the Dolomites (Italy)
Limides (Dolomites, Italy)
Drei Zinnen and a bush, Dolomites (Italy)
Alpe di Siusi dusk, Dolomites (Italy)
Seiser morning, Alpe di Siusi (Italy)
Starkregen, Monte Pic Dolomites (Italy)
Drei Zinnen starry sunrise, Dolomites (Italy)
Lago di Braies (Italy)
shapes, Dolomites (Italy)
smokey Zinnen, Tre Cime (Italy)
The beauty of Villnöss, Val di Funes (Italy)
Swing into the dark (Dolomites, Italy)
hell´s pretty garden, Dolomites (Italy)
Ra Gusela (Dolomites, Italy)
reflect man (Passo giau, Italy)it was a beautiful morning at a rather unknown spot facing the impressive Ra Gisela. I waited for the alpenglow to set the peaks on fire and simply enjoyed the moment when it did.
long road (Passo Giau, Italy)The Dolomites offer many breathtaking perspectives. This one taken with the drone.
Seceda sunburst, Dolomites (Italy)It was tough to get up there from the hut we stayed the night at. But it was all worth it. This pano is a great memory of an unforgettable and very cold sunrise.
the teeth of the Dolomites (Italy)Hard to imagine that these almost 3.000 m high fabled mountains had been a coral reef more than 200 million years ago. Impressively to watch those mountains with clouds hanging in them inside the deep rising sun.
Limides (Dolomites, Italy)a beautiful evening and some unforgettable Alpenglow at the small lake Lago di Limides in the Dolomites.
Drei Zinnen and a bush, Dolomites (Italy)The iconic peaks of Tre Cime (or Drei Zinnen) are probably the most photographed mountains in the Dolomites. Can you tell why?
Alpe di Siusi dusk, Dolomites (Italy)The ever impressive view at Seiser Alm, Dolomites. I guess this place never disappoints no matter what time of day.
Seiser morning, Alpe di Siusi (Italy)Pure eye candy: the Seiser Alm or Alpe di Siusi how it is called in Italian. The majestic peaks of Langkofel complete the sight with those beautiful valleys and lone trees.
Starkregen, Monte Pic Dolomites (Italy)While I was waiting to photograph the sunset at Seceda I noticed dramatic rain clouds come in and soak the mountain in the valley below. Through cracks in the clouds the sun came through providing some warm, yet dramatic light.
Drei Zinnen starry sunrise, Dolomites (Italy)One of the most unforgettable sunrises I have ever witnessed. In front of the majestic peaks of Drei Zinnen with the last stars of the night twinkling in the sky.
Lago di Braies (Italy)Some say this lake has changed its name to Lago di Instagram because of the dizzying number of images from there. That aside: this place is simply gorgeous and symbol for mountain life beauty.
shapes, Dolomites (Italy)There was a short moment when the late afternoon sun made its way through the thick clouds during my hike along the Drei Zinnen peaks. The soft light beautifully highlighted the valley and the rocks. Mountain beauty: rough but gorgeous.
smokey Zinnen, Tre Cime (Italy)The icon of the Dolomites: Drei Zinnen, or Tre Cime as it is called in Italian. This mountain is as impressive as one thinks. I was in complete awe when the iconic peaks were finally revealed by the clouds.
The beauty of Villnöss, Val di Funes (Italy)The layers and framing are the real treat in this shot of the Alpenglow at Geisslerspitzen above the small chapel San Giovanni. Actually it wasn't that easy to find the best angle to shoot. But I am happy with this this one after climbing a field to gain some height to shoot.
Swing into the dark (Dolomites, Italy)Sometimes the intimate moments offer so much more than you see at first sight.
hell´s pretty garden, Dolomites (Italy)The early morning light caresses the rough mountain peaks of the Dolomites. I took this shot while waiting for the sunlight to hit the peaks of Tre Cime.
Ra Gusela (Dolomites, Italy)A perfect reflection of a beautiful mountain. As a landscape photographer you usually dream of dramatic clouds and colors in the sky. But sometimes it is nicer to have a pristine sky.
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