Monochrome Madness 4-37

This week, I have more than one image for you. I’ve assembled a “Best of 2017 in monochrome” for you. Just like I’ve proposed last Thursday, when I showed my “Best of 2017” to you.

The images aren’t arranged in any particular order. Some of them were already published here in one of my weekly posts focussing on monochrome images. Others were unpublished until now.

Surprisingly, most of these images were taken in Zingst (8 out of the 10).

You know, I was twice in Zingst last year. In May I was attending the Umweltfotofestival and in October I was part of an bird excursion. The two images in the second row were my contribution to the festival exhibition and the right one, was acknowledged as one of the “Best of Festival” in the category “landscape”


This is my contribution to Monochrome Madness organized by Leanne Cole. Look at here site on Thursday (Australian time), to see many more monochrome images created by many other talented photographers from all over the world.

I’d also encourage you to participate. The conditions are  published in each of her Monochrome Madness posts.

Take care!


Daily Prompt: Green-Eyed Monster

dsc_3029-ec_wShowing ‘green’, as “The Daily Post” asked for is quite easy for a nature photographer. Everywhere you can find green plants or even green animals.

Happy Saturday. Maybe you have some spare  time this weekend, to have a look at my other posts, too. Have fun.

red and cute

600_9864_wAren’t all babies cute?

A few weeks ago I got the opportunity to take photos from fox babies. It was the second time, I got this chance, but this time the foxes were younger.

Those two little puppies were really cute. One of them very active, while the other one was quite tired. Look, Continue reading

spring flowers

It’s spring. And during spring you find many plants blooming. That’s also true for the Normandie. Some plants are blooming for weeks others only for days, and some of them are blooming only under certain circumstances like the wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa). Continue reading