Blog Kategorie: Central Europe

Common toads

Common toads
We’ve been intensly working on these fascinating amphibians for three seasons. It is hard to predict when they start to migrate to their spawning grounds after winter. Then numerous males are waiting for females to arrive and finally to mate. Next step – they are laying their eggs and...read more

„Wild Slovenia“ on stage, 12.11.2017

„Wild Slovenia“ on stage, 12.11.2017
In the course of Austria’s biggest photo event of the year – Photo + Adventure – I will be on stage again in cooperation with the Slovenian toursim board. I will be presenting „Wild Slovenia“, talking about caves, wild forests and of course brown bears… If interested mark the date:...read more

Nationalparks Austria – Image films released

Nationalparks Austria – Image films released
This year, Christine and I, have worked on a video production for Nationalparks Austria. We covered quite some ground and toured through all of the 6 Austrian nationalparks. What for? Well, to film 7-year old Clemens, our „TV star & explorer“, being out in the woods and mountains,...read more

Film-project

Film-project
Work in progress – right now we are working on a new image-film for Nationalparks Austria. What’s it all about? A kid is travelling across Austria’s 6 nationalparks and exploring the unique features but also the simply things in nature…cool stuff. We’ll keep you updated on that...read more

Gallery update

Gallery update
Recently, I’ve been quite busy and didn’t find time to update my website on a regular basis. However, I  added a few fresh wide-angle brown bear photos today. I can tell ya, they are really hard to get. Bears are curious but also smart. I most cases they pass my DSLR camera traps at the...read more

Fall foliage at its best

Fall foliage at its best
Central Europe still holds a few places where wild forests can be explored in all their beauty. Especially during autumn these spots turn into a color-wonderworld. Photographs taken in Austria’s nationalparks Kalkalpen & Thayatal and in Slovenia’s nationalpark Triglav.