April 3, 2009
There are probably thousands of photos of the sun going down in the west of Klagenfurt, but this does not mean that you do not have to take a photo of this yourself one day.
You simply have to take a photo of such a beautiful moment, even if this happens nearly everyday.
I live pretty close to a lake called Wörthersee. It is carinthia’s biggest lake and every year there are lot’s of events taking place in and arround it.
It is also the place for thousands of people to go swimming in summer. I do not really like to swim in lakes, but I like to sit in a cafe near the shore or circle the lake with my bicycle.
I took this photo at the end of a spontanous mini photowalk with a friend. We sat down on one of the balks and started to capture the sunset. There a lot’s of sunset photos of this evening in my archive, but I want to show you the one that is different from all the others.
It shows Michael sitting on the balk taking photos. I used him as the main object instead of the sunset, but also kept the sunset visible in the background.
This is how it looks like to take a photo of a sunset that has been photographed so many times, but never looked the same.