What a wonderful scenery at Lake Sylvenstein. I love the exact moment when the morning fog makes for almost surreal landscapes. Sylvenstein is an artificial lake fed by the Isar River, located in the south of Bavaria embedded in a magnificent alpine scenery and is surrounded by dense forest.
The beautiful Skógafoss Waterfall in Southern Iceland, one of the biggest waterfalls in Iceland, with a drop of 60 meters and a width of 15 meters and one of the most popular places to visit in Iceland. The breath-taking view of Skogáfoss waterfall and scenic surroundings are some of Iceland’s major attractions.
Tokyo Tower, the famous landmark as seen from World Trade Center Tokyo. I highly recommend the observation deck up there: Beautiful views and the ever-present ceding machines.
This is the Scotland I love: Rough weather and a rough landscape of an untamed beauty. I found this little bridge in Glen Coe in the Scottish Highlands.
On our flight back to Munich early in the morning I captured this view of the Bavarian countryside. I find it quite amazing how evenly spread all these little farms are.
Being back in Kathmandu is almost unreal. All the noise, the many people, narrow alleys are a huge contrast compared to what we were just able to experience in the Himalayas.
…and dwarfs: All of a sudden we feel very small, dwarfed by the huge mountains surrounding our place. Way to put our little everyday problems into perspective.
We made it! This the view we finally get to see. Mount Everest and it’s famous cloud indicating wind speeds on top of the world’s highest mountain.
Getting up early to return to Lukla we’re treated with a spectacular view: Mount Lhotse hiding in clouds in the most beautiful fashion we could possibly imagine.
On our second leg we had to pass several suspension bridges. The Hillary Bridge is one of the better-known ones and even had an appearance in the 2015 movie “Everest”.