Hello! Long time, no see. After dropping the going photography full time bomb, I disappeared from the blog. It wasn’t my intention, at all. Even though I haven’t made any significant progress job wise, I’ve been going to workshops about self-employment. I thought, I could put it into good use, when the job kicks off. So, that’s where I am right now.

Apart from pursuing my new career, I travelled a bit. I spent almost a week in Germany and just got home. It was driving home for Christmas, literally. Since I’ve been posting a lot of mountain photos, I decided to create a Mountain Highway series because all the photos were taken out of a running bus. I am thankful for fast and precise DSLRs. Otherwise, it would all be a blur.

This wasn’t my first time travelling this route but I’m sure it won’t be my last because it’s beautiful. My next goal is Tyrol and/or Switzerland. This is the route from Zagreb to Munich. Click here for the exact one (blue). Let me tell you, I haven’t even reached Munich yet and I already had more than 300 photos. Only few of them were taken while making a pit stop (not included here).

This route is definitely to be traveled on during the day because you might miss some gorgeous scenery whilst napping. The alpine weather changes constantly so you can get different moods in your photos. I remember weather changing non stop. It was always something different behind every mountain pass.

I hope you enjoy this photos as I did taking them. There is a lot more to come. I mean, I did take several hundreds of them in the span of two hours. Haha. I’m wishing you lots of God’s blessings on this cold Christmas Eve.


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    December 28, 2016

    Amazing series, Ines!!! I get fascinated with this scenary, because it’s so different from the ones I’m used to here in my country. Switzerland is also a dream of mine, one day, who knows ;)
    Good luck on your new career!! Wish you lots of photo shoots in 2017!

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      December 29, 2016

      Thank you, Andrea. Best wishes to you, too. And merry Christmas, as well!

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    Jonathan R de Assis

    September 26, 2017

    Great images (I’ve found out your Flickr profile recently)! I have travelled from Austria to Germany more than once and I agree with you, one can see great landscapes there! If I got it right what you mentioned on the post about 35mm in Zagreb, you usually shoot only with the 50mm? I have done some Photowalk with a 50mm 1.4. On one hand, it is nice not to bother about zooming in and out, on the other, there’s also that feeling “Am I missing something?”. Congratulations for your blog, the images and the texts, including your testimony (PE = physical education?)!