Yoo what's up guys, here's a lil throwback to one of the most magical spots I've ever been to, here in Switzerland 🇨🇭 🙌
Together with my bro @milankoenig we hiked up this little mountain, escaped the tourist path, climbed over some rocks and rivers and ended up at this magical place.
We could have followed the usual path, where we would have ended up between a bunch of people trying to take a picture of this scenery. But sometimes doing the opposite of what you usually do leads to new perspectives, which can be really beautiful if you're lucky enough 🤔😀
Looking back at this picture I just want to pack my gear, go out and explore the rest of this country 🕵🎥 -
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‘Song on the Hill’
I remember walking here and only being able to see the outline of people walking through the dense fog
The Place Beyond the Roads 
It was surreal to see this small town and winding roads at the bottom of the rolling hills. The clouds were also passing by at a calm state.
Suburban Sediments 
I was running to catch the train but wanted to get some final shots of the morning fog. At my quick attempt, I missed my focus, but when viewing the image I was pleased with the outcome. The fog on the glass naturally created this watercolour look to it.
This is may be my favourite photo that I’ve taken in 2017, and possibly ever so far. We were walking the dog during a foggy evening and I noticed this house had this strange bright glow coming from the back. It almost resembled a fire. Immediately my heart stopped because I knew I had to capture this scene, but there was a person standing at the back. I got up as close as possible and snapped away, fearing that I’d get yelled at. Once I got into the scene, everything else in my head shut off, and the only thing I was able to focus on was what I saw.
To many it’s just a house and a car, but to me it’s more than that. Ernst Haas said one of the greatest quotes that I’ve heard: “A picture is the expression of an impression. If the beautiful were not in us, how would we ever recognize it?”