Over a couple of trips to Germany for the German National Tourist Board, I documented the stunning landscapes for their #EnjoyGermanNature campaign. I not only explored hidden gem of Saxon-Switzerland National Park in Saxony, but also the world-famous Black Forest (Schwarzwald) in Southwestern Germany. Thanks to my friend and colleague, Sandra Ahn Mode, for her help!

“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”
John Muir

Albrechtsburg Castle in Meissen, Germany.

A trypitch of twilight landscape photos from Saxony, Germany.

Unique rock structures at twilight in Saxony, Germany.

A diptych of photos of sunset and sunrise in the German countryside.

Morning mist amoungst the trees in the Black Forest, Germany.

A triptych of forest scenes in the Black Forest, Germany.

Limestone rock stacks in the Saxon-Switzerland National Park, Germany.

A triptych mountains and trees in Saxony, Germany.

A man paddles a canoe along a tree-lined lake in the Black Forest, Germany.

Moss-covered rocks in a waterfall in the Black Forest, Germany.

A triptych of waterfalls in Germany, including my awesome model, Sandra Mode.

Scenic view of Hohenzollern Castle in Germany.