For 36 hours a photo friend was in Cuxhaven. A program was quickly put together. Landscape, birds and what else that is somewhat nice and can be done in 1.5 days. On Thursday afternoon for bird photography to Cappel-Neufeld. That was already a mess. Neither at the jetty nor at the NABU tower any activities […]
You are browsing archives for
Month: October 2021
After it looked promising at the Kystlys event, we went to Wremen again on Sunday to finish the Oste Tour.
From Otterndorf we went along the Oste to Hechthausen. First and foremost, the trip was intended to discover new, not yet visited, photo spots (which I also found). A small selection…
Destination number 1 of our trip to the east of Cuxland yesterday was Otterndorf. A short tour and a few pictures are also made. However, it was still very aggressive light at the time. We also wanted to take a look at the former castle and today’s district court.
Sometimes you just have to be lucky… I originally wanted to photograph a moon halo last night when the plane crossed the path. Just a lucky shot.
Yesterday evening still made a detour to the Ellernwurth manor in Wremen. Actually, it should not rain, but we still got a shower. Yes, Kystlys, as predicted, in principle, it all repeats itself again and again. The only interesting thing was the manor itself.
Yesterday, the stormfront passed over the coast. However, we had already had worse storms here. At my weather station, I had highs in the gusts of about 45 km/h. My previous record at the weather station is from March 2018 with 89 km/h. Some back and forth regarding the name. Whether it was Ignatz […]
During the Kystlys event, the way to the church in Cappel caught my eye. For the evening lighting it was too windy to take a photo of it. Therefore, I went there yesterday again during the day. Very beautiful and especially very long avenue. The pictures from a distance from the Kystlys evening I […]
On the first day of the Wurster Lichtwoche, the St. Peter and Paul Church was illuminated by the artist duo Kystlys. Very difficult to photograph, because the area is quite limited (and I do not own a 20mm T/S). Therefore, angling was the only solution. On top of that it was quite windy, but fortunately […]