In EP27 of Adventure Photography on Location I’m exploring the beautiful nature and rock formations of Little Switzerland… which, surprisingly, is in Luxembourg. Follow along as I share my photography tips on how to capture this rather special environment.
Equipped with a camper and a 5 day forecast of snow I was very much looking forward to getting some winter wonderland shots. You know, a landscape covered in a blanket of snow and a semi-frozen stream… Well, unfortunately the weather didn’t quite hold up and by the time I arrived at the location in Luxembourg there was pretty much 0 snow left as the rain had taken care of washing it all away.
I didn’t let this stop us though and with fully loaded batteries and weather proof gear and cameras we set out on a little walk of the area. A short 4.5km hike that snaked its way up and around the trees and beautiful rock formations of the Little Switzerland.
I had actually visited the German side of this area last year. You can see us exploring this place in EP06 – Chasing Autumn.
But I have to say, the Luxembourg side was quite a bit more impressive. Maybe it was the time of year… I can’t say for sure. Either way, the Müllertal is definitely worth a visit. Just bring all-weather-gear!
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