German Winter

German Winter

Day 7.

The lights start to turn on. The snow we had over the holidays really couldn't have worked out better both photographically and for my first German Christmas. This area is very close to the mountains so there are a million postcard scenes to be captured. You can basically turn your camera in any direction and get a great shot. It helps though to be willing to stand in the dark on a cold hill for a while for the light to be right.

This photograph is overlooking Niederweiler which sits in between Müllheim and Badenweiler. All three towns are so close together it would be easy to look at them as one.

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Camera: NIKON D90
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 24 mm
35mm Focal Length: 36 mm
Exposure: 5 sec
Aperture: f 10
ISO: 200


Taken: 2010-12-27 17:22:57
Posted: 2010-12-29 | 17:02





German Winter

German Winter

Day 7.

The lights start to turn on. The snow we had over the holidays really couldn't have worked out better both photographically and for my first German Christmas. This area is very close to the mountains so there are a million postcard scenes to be captured. You can basically turn your camera in any direction and get a great shot. It helps though to be willing to stand in the dark on a cold hill for a while for the light to be right.

This photograph is overlooking Niederweiler which sits in between Müllheim and Badenweiler. All three towns are so close together it would be easy to look at them as one.

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Camera: NIKON D90
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 24 mm
35mm Focal Length: 36 mm
Exposure: 5 sec
Aperture: f 10
ISO: 200


Taken: 2010-12-27 17:22:57
Posted: 2010-12-29 | 17:02


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