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Southern Highlands, Iceland, 29.06.15

Today I´ve got some super-amazing news for you! 🙂

I´m extremely excited and happy to announce my cooperation with one of my favorite Landscape photographers in Iceland, the amazing Iurie Belegurschi ( http://ift.tt/Y9OaWK ) and his Photo Tour company http://ift.tt/1I2ylRE ! 🙂

I´m going to support Iurie and his international team of amazing Photographers as Guide for Photography Workshops in Iceland!

In February 2016 I will co-guide two Workshops together Edwin Martinez ( http://ift.tt/1ww2dBL ), Canon Brand Ambassador and maybe the most famous landscape photographer from the Philippines.

14.02. – 21.02.2016 Winter Aurora Photo Workshop


(only 6 of 12 spots left!)

21.02.16 – 28.02.2016 Ice Cave and Northern Lights Winter Photography Tour


I´m honored to work with such amazing and inspiring photographers and are really looking forward to this amazing expericence!

If you like to join our arctic adventure feel free to click on the links above 🙂

Have a nice evening everybody!



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The Stromboli – Sciara del fuoco by DanieleFlorenzi

Stromboli – Sciara del fuoco or “Stream of fire”

Merge of 2 shot taken from a moving boat

Stromboli (Sicilian: Struògnuli, Ancient Greek: Στρογγύλη, Strongulē) is a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, containing one of the three active volcanoes in Italy. It is one of the eight Aeolian Islands, a volcanic arc north of Sicily. This name is derived from the Ancient Greek name Strongulē which was given to it because of its round swelling form. The island’s population is between 400 and 850. The volcano has erupted many times and is constantly active with minor eruptions, often visible from many points on the island and from the surrounding sea, giving rise to the island’s nickname “Lighthouse of the Mediterranean”. The most recent major eruption was on 13 April 2009. Stromboli stands 926 m (3,034 ft) above sea level,[2] and over 2,700 m (8,860 ft) on average above the sea floor.[3] There are three active craters at the peak. A significant geological feature of the volcano is the Sciara del Fuoco (“Stream of fire”), a big horseshoe-shaped depression generated in the last 13,000 years by several collapses on the northwestern side of the cone. Two kilometers to the northeast lies Strombolicchio, the volcanic plug remnant of the original volcano.

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Sleeping giant by MartinKrajczy

An appearance does not have to be loud or powerful to leave a lasting impression. This vulcano impresses by its presence. It is one of the most active vulcanos of Iceland and they await the next eruption soon. This shot i staken after sunset close to the point of time its getting dark. Therefore you can see the blue color already on the dark silhouette of the vulcano. It was great driving back to the ranger station and being completly on my own in this awesome and silent landscape. This picture perfectly transfers the mood of the situation i was in at that point of time – pure silence.

This photo got an Bronze Award in the International Epson Pano Awards 2013

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