Born in the 80's, 1985 to be exact
Studied photography from 2006 to 2011 at FH Bielefeld
Member of HO-Galerie since 2006
Located in Hamburg since 2010
Sediments turned the Waiho river gray. The river is rising from Franz-Josef Glaciers meltwater. It is only one of countless glaciers around the world, that continiously melt down over the last few hundred years. It is believed, that mankind created a climate change. And so the Waiho river flows towards the sea in just 18km length and and up to a few hundred meters width.
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While Saxon Switzerland is best known for it’s wonderful hiking trails, it has become very touristic. This view from the Bastei bridge can be reached without any hiking. The climbers on the other side of the valley have paths leading to the pillars.
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Hiking the trails — a little stamina needed — brings you to wonderful areas within the national park.
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The woods are full of life. Even if you don’t see the animals, you can see their tracks. They lead like little roads through the entire forest. You can see them best in grass areas. The tracks on the pictures mostly come from fallow deer. They have a home range through wich they travel all day. The paths are the result of their habits and usual walk ways. To check out animal paths you don’t need to go to this specific area. You can find them in pretty much every forest. If you’re lucky, you might even see animals. But be sure to not disturb or follow wild animals to their rest areas — you wouldn’t want strangers in your living room as well.