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At the foot of the Harz Mountains lies the beautiful Old Town of Quedlinburg. Can't get enough from these half-timbered houses. 🏘

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Day's well spent up North. Sure there are more iconic spots and mountains in the South of Germany, but the flat land and the Sea in the North have a more calming effect to me.

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Colorful houses along the Maas river, that's what Dinant is known for (of course also Adolphe Sax). I didn't expect that much beautiful city- and landscape from Belgium. I will take a closer look at my next travels!

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Even in summer the Hogwarts Express making it's way up to the highest peak in central Germany. Who wants to hop on? 🚂⛰

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Is this the Maldives or Northern Norway? Just kidding, I found this Island formation far out in Senja district and the water colors are really impressive.

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Good morning from the Harz Mountains. Really enjoyed the last weekend there, seen some new places like this, but also some I've already been to.

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Who's ready for the next Matchday on the Lofoten Islands?! I'm not sure if this 'Stadion' could fit all 510 inhabitants of Henningsvær plus the guest's, but the location is perfect.

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Cabins at the lake never get old. After a warm summer rain we got this place nearly to our own and so we could enjoy this scenery even more.

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Morning strolls thought places straight out of a fairytale, without traveling around the globe for the shot.

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Clouds rolling in the Lysefjord, the view is still amazing. After hiking there in winter two years ago this time it felt like I took the elevator to an outdoor festival.

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Counting cabins in Norway, a never ending story.

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Probably my favorite City in Bavaria, especially on a golden morning like this.

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First light hits the valley of Grindelwald. Perfect weather for climb above Bachalpsee to the Faulhorn mountain.

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Probably not the classic view at the valley of the waterfalls, but its always worth to challenge yourself to find new angles.

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I recently came back from a hiking trip to @jungfrauregion in Switzerland. Our first stop was the beautiful valley @haslital.berneroberland where we hiked up to the Gelmer See lake and look the famous Gelmer Funicular back down. Right next to the valley station you could find this iconic suspension bridge, that looks even more dramatic with low clouds float through the background. [anzeige/ad] _____________ @myswitzerland #haslital #jungfrauregion #inlovewithswitzerland #verliebtindieschweiz

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Overlooking the fjords, one of the best activities in Norway.

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Two reasons why I love the British countryside, isolated small cottages and scenic narrow country roads.

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There are so many strange things nature could form and humans could admire.

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Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, one of the most impressive buildings I've ever seen. It took almost 150 years to finish the construction of this church.

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A few impressions from my recent trip to Freiburg with the @wyndhamrewardsde Team. This city really surprised me in many ways. A really vibrant and young community living there, because over one third of the people are students. The central starting point is the very picturesque old town city center with lots of small cafés and shops. Still the most famous and unmissable attraction is the Freiburger Münster, an old Gothic church built between 1200 and 1513. The bellower is 116m high and built of sandstone. I will definitely come back for a visit. [Anzeige/Ad] #wyndhamrewards

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Minimalistic Iceland.

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From above the clouds straight into the jungle, didn't know anything island anywhere else this is possible.

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According to the current temperatures in Germany even the pyramids make their way here.

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Looks like @vickarellaaa got a new suitable flat. How do you like it?

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Nature remains the best artist.

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Memories from those colorful days in the Bohemian Switzerland.

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I finally made it to the famous old train bridge in the middle of nowhere. One of those places that got influenced a lot by social media.

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Golden light above my favorite city in Thuringia of all time. ====== Wir sind stolz, euch unser neues Buch „Fotografieren mit Drohnen“ zu präsentieren! Es erscheint heute (!) und ist in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Rheinwerk Verlag und @formgestalter, @michaelschauerphoto, @germandrones, @kevin.krautgartner entstanden. 💥📚 Im Buch schreiben wir über unsere Erfahrungen und Kenntnisse beim Drohnenfliegen und zeigen, wie man auch als Anfänger hochwertige Bilder produzieren kann. GEWINNE 1 VON 10 BÜCHERN!! 📖🚁 Wenn du der Glückliche sein willst: • Poste ein Drohnenfoto • Tag #fotografierenmitdrohnen • und markiere @formgestalter @kevin.krautgartner @michaelschauerphoto @bokehm0n @germandrones @rheinwerkverlag Unter allen markierten Bildern mit dem #FotografierenMitDrohnen werden wir am 01.07.19 zufällig 10 Personen auswählen. Der Rheinwerk Verlag wird die glücklichen Gewinner per privater Nachricht anschreiben. Viel Glück! 🤙🏼🍾 Mehr Informationen zum Buch findet ihr in dem Link in unserer Bio. [Anzeige]

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Misty mornings strolls without any fixed destination always turn out great, because there is no stress to get somewhere in time.

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Could you imagine living under the highest active volcano in Europe?

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When the clouds roll in and no one is on the streets. Feels like walking through a ghost town.

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Sunrise at Lagoa do Fogo. From above you could see more from the volcanic origin of the island. Hiking around you could find small waterfalls, lush forest and craters along the way.

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Found those crazy Rock formations along the coast of Sao Miguel Island, looks like a Paradise for surfers.

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Some details of the jungle at the Azores. This series is just to remind you to never loose your eye for the small things along the way besides all the main attractions.

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Overlooking the medieval city of Gent. The Gravensteen Castle was built in 1180 and used as a prison, court, mint and even as a cotton factory the past centuries.

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Can't find enough cheesy word's to describe the beauty of this city.

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The journey of castles in Germany continues and probably will never end...

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Above the valley of Lauterbrunnen between a thunderstorm and cotton clouds. It's not surprising that this valley inspired J.R.R. Tolkien for the set of Rivendell in the Lord of the Rings Saga.

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One of the most iconic backdrops in Switzerland.

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Looking forward to the first hiking adventures this year. ⛰

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A Frames in their natural habitat.

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Lost in the forest.

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Anzeige/Ad One of the most curious facts I got to know about St. Petersburg is that it was not allowed to built higher buildings than the Peter and Paul Cathedral, directed by Czar Peter the First. The gold painted spire reached a height of 123m and was finished in the 18th century. Now it's beaten by the massive Gazprom Tower with 462m at the edge of the City. #visitpetersburg #saintp

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Anzeige/Ad Above the roofs of Saint Petersburg. Definitely challenging to get the shot you want without loosing control of the situation. So be respectful and not overestimate your skills. Everyone know the crazy Russian roofer scene so we took the chance to call a guide to show us some unique angles of the city. I think it was worth the action part. #visitpetersburg #saintp

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Anzeige/Ad One of the best ways to discover a new city, like Saint Petersburg is getting up super early and walk around your neighborhood. It was around 4:30 am. when the sun rises already, because St. Petersburg is far up north and no one the streets. So it was time to catch some reflections in the canals and puddles from the past rainy days. #visitpetersburg #saintp

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A storm is coming.

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Perfect place for a sunset Cruise.

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From dusk till dawn in Sicilia.

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The Golden Age isn't over.

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If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales. - Albert Einstein