Photos: Lakeside at Scharmützelsee, Germany -“The Last of the Ice”

With warmer temperature currently being experienced, only in the single digits and rain intermittently washing away the snow, Scharmützelsee is slowly returning to its totally liquid state, but I was fortunate to arrive the day before the weather changed. I was lucky to be able to take more photos of the ice, before it changed. The first series of photos of Scharmützelsee. These are a sample, and like the other series, all photos can be found on my Facebook Fanpage, log in required.

Scharmützelsee is a large lake located in the eastern area of Germany, and is surrounded with a series of residences, resort and vacation homes and hotels, and small villages. Some places are more closely populated, but the majority of the spaces remain “au natural.” My photos travel from Petersdorf, (‘dorf’ meaning village in German), Bad Saarow, Pieskow, Diensdorf and Radlow, and from mid-morning to sundown.

I again walked myself to a pain, can’t resist keeping going to forward to find the perfect spot for photomaking.

Diensdorf Docks by Red Haircrow
Diensdorf Docks by Red Haircrow
Lone Skiier by Red Haircrow
Lone Skiier by Red Haircrow
Sunlit Reeds by Red Haircrow
Sunlit Reeds by Red Haircrow
Reeds by Red Haircrow
Reeds by Red Haircrow
Waiting Boats by Red Haircrow
Waiting Boats by Red Haircrow
"Schwedenhäuser" - Swedish Style Vacation Homes by Red Haircrow
“Schwedenhäuser” – Swedish Style Vacation Homes by Red Haircrow
Original Schwendenhaus Circa 1911 by Red Haircrow
Original Schwendenhaus Circa 1911 by Red Haircrow
High Point Lakeview by Red Haircrow
High Point Lakeview by Red Haircrow
Returning Storks by Red Haircrow
Returning Storks by Red Haircrow
Setting Sun by Red Haircrow
Setting Sun by Red Haircrow
Fierce Sunset by Red Haircrow
Fierce Sunset by Red Haircrow

And then a series of enhance photos focused on ice blocking and natural light:

Gamma Ice by Red Haircrow
Gamma Ice by Red Haircrow
Gamma Ice Series by Red Haircrow
Gamma Ice Series by Red Haircrow
Spectrum Ice by Red Haircrow
Spectrum Ice by Red Haircrow

If you use my photography, please at least link back to me, thanks. If you are interested in further work or exchanges, send me an email or post a comment.

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18 thoughts on “Photos: Lakeside at Scharmützelsee, Germany -“The Last of the Ice”

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  3. These photos are incredibly stunning Red! What a magnificent and powerful experience it must have been to walk along the ice. I’ll write soon but I just wanted to let you know I feel so very inspired by these images, and honored that the music I sent you brought you back to this moment.

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