AUTUMN VIADUCT

Autumn mostly showed it’s wet and foggy side this year in Germany. There weren’t many days in which the sun emerged. Reliable were only the colorful deciduous trees. As a photographer you can’t miss this extravaganza, therefore I struck off to an old railway viaduct near Hoxel in the Hunsrück-Hochwald Nationalpark.
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Mehring
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Hoxel
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Mehring
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Hoxel
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Hoxel
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Hoxel
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Mehring
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Hoxel
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Mehring
Sydlenda - Landscape Photography - Autumn Color Viaduct - Hoxel

Location Hunting

In the last couple of years, the hype around professional photography has grown bigger and bigger. By now, almost everybody has a good or very good digital camera lying around at home and regularly goes on hunts for exceptional photos. This becomes apparent especially at many so far rather unknown locations. Photographers run down castles, fortresses, viewpoints and other places. Those who are familiar with the Instagram community know, that there are millions of photos from the Eltz Castle or the Bastei Bridge in Saxon Switzerland. If you aim to take photos that are extraordinary, you will have to find unknown spots. For me, this was the case at the Hoxel Railway Viaduct which I found after extensive research.

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