When photographing landscapes in motion, an incredible number of factors play a role in the result. The cruising speed and how the camera movement and exposure time relate to it are very obvious. Another point that only became clear to me in the course of the work is whether the detail that I want to capture is in front of a light or a dark background.

Leaves and branches in front of a bright sky, as I see them when looking at the top of the building, can develop a painterly transparency through movement. The view of the moving treetops fascinates me again and again. Here I show a cross-section that extends from Bavaria to India.