Celebrating My Three Favorite Photos of the Year

The last WP Photo Challenge of the year, led by editor Ben Huberman, inspires us to celebrate the end of the year sharing the most meaningful photo we’ve taken in 2017. My featured photo is my absolute favourite and it means a lot in many ways. It is the first time I post it.

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Ascending in 3 Ways

Never too late to join the WP Photo Challenge of last Wednesday. Here is my take on Ascend. Featured image is part of my series of the Northern Lights in Iceland, as photographed there in late November.  Curious to see more, here, also here and more here, you can enjoy it. The city of Light, […]

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Cheeky

This week’s photo challenge asks for a cheeky image. When I was photographing the father of my friend Christel back in July, he was intrigued by the number of clicks he heard. That’s when I got this adorably cheeky expression.

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Blissful Quiet Birds, Fog and Farm Fields

Foggy days depict serenity, and I crave for them when autumn sets in. It is peaceful and yet transient with the promise to reveal a brighter day after the fog dissipates. Here is my submission of moments of blissful quiet to the WP weekly photo challenge, featuring the theme ‘Serene’, as proposed by editor @Ben […]

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Iceland in Four Days – Part II

This is my third post about Iceland. By now you guessed that I’m in love with the place, and you’re not wrong.  It is not just because of its beauty, though. Iceland delivers the expected breathtaking vistas, but it is what I felt and thought when looking at it, that struck me. While appreciating the […]

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How to Photograph the Northern Lights in Iceland

This week’s photo challenge is about being experimental. Seeing the northern lights (aurora borealis) in the Northern hemisphere, or the southern lights (aurora australis) in the Southern hemisphere, and photographing it, has been a dream for a long time. This phenomenon is created by charged particles from the sun, interacting with gaseous particles (oxygen and […]

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Glow

“It is easy to see the glow but hard to recognize the awakening of silence.” ― Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun This week’s photo challenge asks us to explore ‘glow’: “The Golden Hour is the time of day before sunset or after sunrise, when the light is soft and glowing.” Photo made in […]

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You May be Tall But You Will Feel Small

And as we introduced each other during a Skype call, he told me that he was under the impression that we had already met in person, years ago, during a management conference in Switzerland. I couldn’t remember him at all, and the more he described that encounter, the more embarrassed I felt. He had his […]

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