Passo Gardena is an alpine mountain pass at 2121m altitude. Located in the South Tyrol's Dolomites it is known for it's breathtaking view on the 3181m high mount Langkofel and connects the Gardena valley with the villages Selva and Corvara. Dive in and enjoy the glowing alpine panorama as the sun sets.
Lago di Misurina, Misurina
At 1756m altitude the Lago di Misurina is one of the most visited alpine lakes. It is very popular for it's location right at the foot of Tre Cime. In 1956 it was the venue of the olympic figure skating challenge. With little light pollution it is a good spot for nightsky photography.
The Tre Cime are probably the most famous mountain panorama of the Dolomites. Well known for three spikes rising up to the sky, they have their peak at 2999m altitude. We decided to capture the stunning beauty of this alpine panorama from the back of the Tre Cime right above Rifugio Auronzo, a safehouse for hikers.
Tre Cime II
On our way back down the Tre Cime we came across a little waterfall and we wanted to give just another perspective of the beautiful Dolomites. As the point of view is shifting now you can see two of the three spikes of Tre Cime rising to the sky.
P. San Marco, Venice
Venice, known as the floating city is absolutely unique. This city is always worth a visit, just to get a subtle feeling for it's extraordinary flair and atmosphere. Piazza San Marco reflects this atmosphere perfectly with its sights like the Doge's Palace, the Torre dell'Orologio or the Campanile.
P. San Marco II, Venice
To capture what is so special about the atmosphere in Venice we went out to shoot not only at Piazza San Marco itself but also right at the waterside next to it which is called Piazetta San Marco. The Piazetta is dominated by two columns which are dedicated the saints Marco and Tadore.
P. San Marco III, Venice
When daylight vanishes in the course of the blue hour and all the spotlights on Piazza San Marco turn on the Piazza starts to look completely different. Especially the Procuratie which surround the Place from three sides are contributing to the wonderful lighting mood.
Punta San Vigilio, Lago di Garda
The Punta San Vigiliio is a small tongue at Lake Garda. On the peninsula there is the Villa Guarienti di Brenzone with its guesthouse Locanda di San Vigilio. It has become a popular hotel for famous guests like Great Britain's Prince Charles or King Juan Carlos from Spain.
P. Duomo, Milan
The Piazza del Duomo is the main square at the heart of Milan. It is dominated by the huge Milan Cathedral and surrounded by other famous architectural masterpieces like the Royal palace and the iconic Galleria Vittorio Emmanuele II, one of the world's oldest shopping malls.
Via Orefici / Via Torino, Milan
Milan is the worlds number one fahsion metropole. Also traffic in Milan with its tramway network, the motorcycles, cabs and cars is really vivid. The crossing at Via Orefici and Via Torino just next to Piazza Duomo is a great place to experience the pulse of Milan.
Varenna, Lago di Como
Varenna is a pictorial little town at the eastern shore of Lake Como. With its medieval city center and the Mediterranean flair of the water front, Varenna is one of the most popular destinations at Lake Como and offers a stunning view on the lake.
Lake Sils, St. Moritz
Lake Sils is an alpine lake in the upper Engadine valley, located close to St. Moritz, Lake Silvaplana and the Maloja pass. It is at an altitude of 1797m above sea level and is surrounded by colossal, over 3000m high mountains. In the summer the lake is a popular destination for windsurfing because of the steady wind.