Mountainpanoramas.com published a panorama from my last Thailand holiday. The image shows the sunrise at the Huay Kup Kap village in the North of Chiang Mai. The village is located on a mountain called Huai Kook Kub by the locals.
In 2014 we came to the USA take part in the Stanford E-Bootcamp conference. Besides of its vibrant startup culture we could also take a glance at California’s other beauties. I took the following photos while driving up and down Highway 1 from San Francisco to the Big Sur national park and a little bit to the North. More impressions from California here.
Driving south on Highway 1 we decided to spend one afternoon at Pfeiffer Beach, the Pacific water was really cold, which made swimming was a refreshing experience. I climbed over some rocks at the southern end of the beach to take this panorama. The incoming waves made stitching difficult and there are some errors in the image.
I took these photos when I was photographing in a forest near my hometown. The last sun rays were making their way through the trees, however I could not get the look I wanted. So I started experimenting..
In November 2014 I spent two weeks in El Gouna (Egypt) to work on my kitesurfing and Arabic skills. With its constant winds El Gouna is a good place to practice kitesurfing. It was also the first holiday to try my new panorama setup with the Bushman Gobi nodal point adapter. I shot the following panorama consisting out of eight shots right behind the Kiteboarding Club El Gouna.
Here a more detailed crop
In 2012 my studies encompassed a summer research project at the Netherlands Institute for Neurosciences in Amsterdam. Outside the Netherlands Amsterdam is mostly known for its infamous red light district, however apart from that the city has so much more to explore. I am really thankful for my time and all the nice people I have met there – Thank you!
Some photos of the city..
If you want to escape the urban life a 30 minute bike ride brings you into the nature..
During my time in Amsterdam I started experimenting with increasingly abstract photography.
When I saw the green spot shrouded by clouds for the first time I felt reminded of Peter Pan’s Neverland. The interesting land formations shaped by volcanoes raised many positive expectations. During our time on Camiguin I was continuously impressed by the beauty, biodiversity and friendliness of the island…
Camiguin’s inhabitants are really friendly like this group of girls we met on a beach.
Unfortunately the little paradise is threatened by construction work.