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Glanzlichter Nature photography 2016 | Photo Exhibition

2016-09-20
10:00 - 18:00
2016-09-21
10:00 - 18:00
2016-09-22
10:00 - 18:00
2016-09-23
10:00 - 18:00
2016-09-24
10:00 - 18:00
2016-09-25
10:00 - 18:00
photo exhibition
PICTURES
Glanzlichter projekt natur & fotografie
Schulstraße 8
56729 Monreal
Deutschland
+49 (0)2651 6764
+49 (0)2651 76733

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Content

When we think of nature, images are created in our heads: of streams in which we used to like to play as children, of explorations through the wonderfully colourful, aromatic autumn forest, or the suddenly revealed view of the breathtaking mountain landscape following the climb to the summit during a hiking vacation in the mountains. These images remain in our memory, and linked with them is the astonishment and the overwhelming feeling we felt as we ourselves experienced a landscape that had to date been unknown to us, whether in Deutschland or farther away. Only especially talented nature photographers are able to awaken with their photos emotions that are similar to the nature images and memories in our own heads. The participants of this photo competition are without doubt among these. Their photos allow us to be amazed at landscapes to which we are unable to travel ourselves. They allow us to experience animals and plants unlike anything we have ever experienced before. They bring us closer to the wilderness, to animals and vegetation that we can't observe in our garden or in the nearby forest, or the observation of which requires an amount of patience impossible for us. This is the welcome of Dr. Barbara Hendricks (Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety), which can be read in the photo book "Glanzlichter 2016" (Highlights). The goal of this competition is to dedicate itself intensively and exclusively to the theme of nature for the 18th time, in order to make a valuable contribution to the preservation of the environment, through documentation and sensitisation to the beauty of flora and fauna, in images, events and lectures.