Just klick on the thumbnails to open the Galleries:

Recent shots

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Standard Gallery

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Underwater Gallery

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Italy & France 2019

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Rhodes & Symi 2019

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Tenerife 2019 & 2007

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Museums Bonn 2019

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Strasbourg 12/2018 

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Autumn 11/2018 

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Brussels 11/2018 

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Canary Islands 02-03/2018 

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Alps / Bavaria 2017/2018

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Zoolights 2017 

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Biennale Venice 2017

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Friuli 09/2017

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Corfu 2016

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Harz Mountains 2016

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Florida 2015

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France 2015

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New York City 2014/2015

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Madeira 10/2014

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Carinthia 06/2014

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Australia 11/2013

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A word about image quality:

When looking through the pictures, I realize, that image-quality isn't all that great. That's NOT due to the camera's quality or something like that and not even due to the indeed very much reduced resolution and high compression in order to keep loading-times and used webspace low. It's a result of watermarking. I always watermark my published photos, meaning, that I embed a copyright-note to all pictures, that is hidden in the picture itself, not in the exif-data or such. This makes it possible to recover this note and prove, that a picture is mine, even when someone took a screenshot, resized it, took parts out of it, hacked my website and copied it or whatever. But when pictures have such low resolution as these, it seems to only work with making it grainier and "rougher" at the same time. I don't know, how to prevent this.

 

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