Ruin of castle Spilberg and borrow pit lakes

Recently my girlfriend Michaela and I visited the ruin of the castle Spilberg in Upper Austria. Unfortunately, the ruin itself was closed due to maintenance work. Hence we explored the surroundings of the castle, where a charming green landscape awaited us. After a while, we stumbled across a borrow pit with some lakes, which offered Read More…

Hike to the Löckermoos

In this blog post I want to show you my hike to the Löckermoos in Upper Austria. The Löckermoos is a swamp more than 1.400 meters above sea level and one of the most beautiful locations in Upper Austria. Altough it was a long hiking day I took plenty of my gear with me. The Read More…

A hike to the Pießling Source

Some time ago I was thinking about a location for a new photo tour. A place I visited as a young boy about 25 years ago came into mind. In my memories it was a very nice little hike along a beautiful creek to the Pießling Source.  I decided to drive down there and check out Read More…

View from the Beilstein

In search for a beautiful landscape/nature location for a spring photo tour, my girlfriend Michaela and I decided to go on a hiking trip to the Beilstein (802 meters) in Upper Austria. The location promised a beautiful hiking path through the woods as well as a gorgeous view from the summit. The ascent to the summit takes about Read More…

Phototour in Salzburg – Part I

Today I want to tell you about one of my three photo tours to Salzburg. My girlfriend and I made this tour in April to visit a thesis defense at the university in the late afternoon. After arriving at Salzburg around ten o’clock we started our tour with sightseeing and photography. For this trip I Read More…

Phototour to Hallstatt

Some days ago a friend and I went on a photo tour to Hallstatt in the Salzkammergut in Upper Austria. Hallstatt is a World Heritage Site for Cultural Heritage and known for its beauty, the magnificent alpine landscape, the marvelous Hallstatt lake and the old salt mine which you can visit. Also some of the earliest archaeological Read More…