How-To Process
How-To Process

A Snow Hike

At the end of January, we decided to try hiking a summit that we hiked already in summer. The experience during summer was pretty nice so that we wanted to try another path up and see the peak in winter. The weather forecast was stable and cloudy. It hadn’t snowed for quite a while, so I thought chances are high that some people where already at the summit before us and made up the track already. Especially in winter this is pretty preferable as walking in fresh snow is not just quite exhausting, but also a little challenge to navigation as all the paths are hidden under the snow.

Made in Pain

After an already painful hike I found myself at a junction where I had to decide to quickly relieve my pain and get home quickly – or do a detour, prolong the pain, visit another spot and take the opportunity for another small adventure …

The framed Bridge

This day was one of the rare days where I went out explicitly to explore some photo locations that I searched before on a couple of maps. I didn’t even expect to be able to do some nice shots as it was during the mid of the day. Nevertheless, while I went away from the previous spot, I caught a glimpse through some branches. “This could make up a great framing for this motive” I thought and so I quickly pulled out the camera again and just tried!

The Bridge

I wanted to see if there are other spots from where this bridge is a valuable motive. So, I just started my hike after some preparation at a convenient time of the day. The weather was nice, the temperature was comfortable, autumn being on the rise, clear blue sky – very nice hiking weather.

Alpine Huts

This day indeed was special as I wanted to scout a couple of locations that I had discovered before. So, we drove there and hiked to a couple of spots to check if there’s a scenic and/or interesting composition around. By chance it happened that we went for a walk with some friends afterwards. And while we were walking along this alm and having a good chat, I discovered this composition that immediately caught my attention.

Lonesome Borders

We started a nice hike on a yet unknown track. The path on the map looked promising, the weather was forecast to be sunny, slightly hazy, not too warm, … ideal hiking conditions! The first part of the track was along a forest road – nothing really special. But later on the views were just amazing.

Practicing for rain

“There’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong gear”
For photography “bad weather” conditions can be attractive! Dark clouds can add drama, rivers and creeks have more water than usual and the visibility might be lower than in clear bright sky. But are you really prepared for all the circumstances?