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Kunstnerens ord

For this picture the alarm clock rang at 2:30 am. I had to leave the "Nasser Grund" car park at 3:00 a.m. so that I could be on top of the rock shortly after 4:00 a.m. In the summer, twilight sets in very early, and I didn't want to miss it. I opted for the easier ascent through the Wilde Hölle, and so it was punctually at 3 a.m. through the dark forest uphill slowly but steadily. Bright eyes, reflecting the light from the headlamp, followed me again and again in the forest. First a fox, then something bigger, probably a deer. But all in all it was almost eerily quiet in the forest, only here and there a short rustling next to the path. Luckily no wild boar crossed my path like the night before... Arrived in the Wild Hell, things got a bit more sporty for a short time, in a climbing section, some rocks had to be overcome using ladders and metal brackets. Then it went up a steeper path to the upper Affenstein Promenade. After about another 20 minutes I stood on the rock with the pine tree, just after 4 o'clock sharp. However, the sky only became really colorful around sunrise, the clouds became more and more red until the sun came over the hill at about 5 o'clock. Wafts of fog drifted up from the valley over the forest and gave the scene a nice dynamic.

Michael Valjak

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Saxon Switzerland and its reef pines - It is incredibly impressive how this pine defies wind and weather. And that has been the case for many decades. The age of this tree is estimated at around 120 - 150 years. It didn't have the most ideal conditions from an early age, it grows out of a crack in the rock in a completely exposed position. Behind the pine there is a vertical drop of approx. 80 m. For whatever reason, at some point it seemed better for the pine tree to grow downwards. The upper shoots are stunted, but the downward stem with its succulent green needles shows that the pine appears to be doing just fine.

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Poster: Saxon Switzerland sunset

Af Michael Valjak
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Kunstnerens ord

For this picture the alarm clock rang at 2:30 am. I had to leave the "Nasser Grund" car park at 3:00 a.m. so that I could be on top of the rock shortly after 4:00 a.m. In the summer, twilight sets in very early, and I didn't want to miss it. I opted for the easier ascent through the Wilde Hölle, and so it was punctually at 3 a.m. through the dark forest uphill slowly but steadily. Bright eyes, reflecting the light from the headlamp, followed me again and again in the forest. First a fox, then something bigger, probably a deer. But all in all it was almost eerily quiet in the forest, only here and there a short rustling next to the path. Luckily no wild boar crossed my path like the night before... Arrived in the Wild Hell, things got a bit more sporty for a short time, in a climbing section, some rocks had to be overcome using ladders and metal brackets. Then it went up a steeper path to the upper Affenstein Promenade. After about another 20 minutes I stood on the rock with the pine tree, just after 4 o'clock sharp. However, the sky only became really colorful around sunrise, the clouds became more and more red until the sun came over the hill at about 5 o'clock. Wafts of fog drifted up from the valley over the forest and gave the scene a nice dynamic.

Michael Valjak

Beskrivelse

Saxon Switzerland and its reef pines - It is incredibly impressive how this pine defies wind and weather. And that has been the case for many decades. The age of this tree is estimated at around 120 - 150 years. It didn't have the most ideal conditions from an early age, it grows out of a crack in the rock in a completely exposed position. Behind the pine there is a vertical drop of approx. 80 m. For whatever reason, at some point it seemed better for the pine tree to grow downwards. The upper shoots are stunted, but the downward stem with its succulent green needles shows that the pine appears to be doing just fine.

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