A visit at the Rheinpreußen slag heap gives me 8 new photographs, but also an unexpected retrospective and new motivation for the future.
Of all four seasons, winter represents transience and finitude more than any other. No question, all four seasons carry the element of change and transformation. But in winter, you can see that every change eventually comes to its end.
We don’t get much snow around here in Germany’s Ruhr Area. And if we do, then we don’t get much, and it won’t stay long. So, when snow and ice hit us hard, I knew I had to be quick to get some photos.
As always at this time of year, I have sat down and reviewed this year’s work to select the top of the crop, my ten best photographs in 2020. As usual, the selection process was difficult and time-consuming. Now, I am happy to present them to you in this blog post.
recently switched my camera system, so with a heavy heart, I have to part from my proven Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD (Model A011) for Nikon DSLR cameras.