Today, by adding the frames, I want to try something new. Since I started posting I wasn't interessted in doing in perfect landscape shots of famous spots. It's the people that I'm interessted in. The people including myself that really life an outdoor life, head to the mountains every weekend because that's what's their passion. People that I share the feeling of freedom that all this gives us with. There are so many beautiful places out there that lost all attractivity to me due to their overpresence on Instagram. My pictures should share emotions, direct, with a white frame and a square. Like a Instant Film, a Polaroid. And also I've been struggling with posting since a long time because I care about my feed way too much, so I'm making it easyer for me by adding the frames and hope to find more time and motivation to share some of the many pictures that i shoot but never showed anyone. I want this to be a personal account, thanks for following my work.
Kai making use of the dinghy at its fullest after he carried it all the way up to this stunning place. @wildlicht
There's nothing harder for me than getting up in the middle of the night. The only reason I do it is because I know how disappointed I would be in the morning waking up without a new shot on my memory card. So I got out of the tent and went looking for a cool spot in my undies (Thanks god it's not that cold anymore). I placed the camera, woke up my friends who got up way faster then me but they were as overwhelmed as I was. Thank you @twintheworld & @gina.held for the good compagnon. Milkyway, I've been missing you.
Mt. Cook, NZ
We got Roy's on fire. Little me standing above everything the light touches. A moment that left me absolutely speechless. // Check out my story folks! 🙂
Last weekends roadtrip, we arrived just on time for blue hour in Hallstatt.
Enjoying the vibes of the blue hour at the ruins of an old castle. The end of day 1 of a super spontaneous roadtrip to Bavaria & Austria w/ @giuligartner. I wouldn't trade moments like this for anything else.
living the moment and beeing stoked for what's to come.
That's the view you get when you look outside the window of the Ball Shelter. I set an alarm to 1am, placed the camera on my tripod before I went to bed so that all i had to do was triggering the shot. It's feeling unreal that such beauty happens every night.
Waking up to an epic view over Lake Wanaka
alpenglow and orange jacket, matchymatchy 🤙🏻
same memories, same road, different view
A friend of mine told me today that I have a big smile on my face whenever I tell a story or a memory of New Zealand. I love thinking back to evenings like this one, watching the sun setting over the Southern Alps.
When the alarm rings at 4.30 to get me out of my comfy sleepingbag I'm usually not amazed at all. Still we got up to catch sunrise at Wharariki beach that we only had to share with some sleepy seals. Can you imagine the flying sand caressing your feed? I love that feeling.
the end of a long day on the road. finding a cool spot for the night only gets more difficult the later it gets. but wen you do...
had a beer or two on the pear of the beautiful french town of akaroa
kilometres of golden sand, sunsets and good friends: part of a unforgettable roadtrip