Linum – Lightbath

The sun rises over the fields, bathes everything in golden light. Goose greet the light and prepare to take off.
Currently more than 100.000 cranes and countless of gooses roost here for a few weeks before moving on south for overwinter survival.

Birdsky

13.10.2013 | Linum | Brandenburg

Moments before the Sun rises on the horizon first masses of cranes getting airborne, leaving the lakes around heading towards feeding-places around. They fly some km to harvested field to feed and come back in the evening. It took half an hour before all cranes left the place.

Linum – Geese

13.10.2013 | Linum | Brandenburg

Geese in the air, heading from the sleeping-lakes to the meadows around.
Currently more than 100.000 cranes and countless of geeses roost here for a few weeks before moving on south for overwinter survival.

Linum – Echo

13.10.2013 : 7.00 | Linum | Brandenburg

Getting up early in the morning at 5:30 for arriving in Linum before Sunset is somewhat taxing. But coming to this scene with the air full of the voices of geese and cranes really compensates this.
Currently more than 100.000 cranes and countless of geeses roost here for a few weeks before moving on south for overwinter survival.

FoL – Bundestag

9.10.2013 | Berlin-Mitte | Mitte

The Building on the right is the Federal Council of Germany. Its slightly different illuminated during the Festival of Lights in Berlin, an Event where lots of buildings around Berlin are illuminated by colors, images and animations. Its a free festival which takes place every year for around 2 Weeks.

Eiche

05.10.2013 | Eiche – Potsdam | Brandenburg

This is an wonderful alley, street “Amundsenstrasse” in Potsdam. Unfortunately its quiet busy so its rather hard to find a moment to take a picture. I would *really* enjoy some fog in there, but, you cant wish for everything.

Preyview

03.10.2013 | Tempelhof | Berlin
If you ever wondered how it feels being in the perspective of the “prey” of a common kestrel. This female hovers over the typical peeing place of mice, waiting for them to come. Kestrels can see light in the UV-spectrum. And mice-pee is glowing awesome in UV