Harald Schottner

Harald Schottner

old enough to keep a camera quit still
Germany
Germany

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Fresh trout from the grill with potatoes from the potato pot and lemon butter. Plus fresh lamb's lettuce
Young stonefish nestles on the seabed
The hydrangea blooms in different colors this year
Bee on an open borage flower, its wings look very bad
Longspined porcupinefish is resting on a coral
A look at the reef top of the Caribbean
Encountering a four-eyed butterflyfish in the underwater world of Bonaire
The billy goat waits attentively to see what is happening
Anemones bloom most of the year and are beautiful flowers
A chive bud opens, the sun lures it out
Apparently the crab spider is sunning itself on a chive flower
Anemone blossom after rain shower in sunlight.
red anemone in the vegetable patch, a splash of color
Borage begins to bud early in the year.
Latecomers in the garden, the last poppy bloom of the year
Lupinus in the morning sun. You can find them at the edge of the forest.
Enjoy the shade under the leaves
Dense clouds are moving over each other, there will be rain soon
The small shrimp is cleaning the sea anemone. The sea amemone protects the shrimp from predators
The wild garlic still has its blossoms. But these already carry the seed pods.
The poppy has risen and is being pampered by the sun
The poppy opens its bud and the red blossom is already visible
It turns on. Machines, ladders, beams and tools are needed to make the ceiling formwork
The ginkgo tree is thriving, its fresh green glowing in the evening sun
Blooming gorse covers the forest floor
The two blossoming trees create a nice contrast
The first of May can be so beautiful, rhododenrons bloom under a white-blue sky
Rolled pancakes with filling served as a starter
The young spruces survived drought and bark beetles well
Small, homemade loaf of bread for Sunday
Purple Rhododendron beginning to open buds
Did a fallow deer have an accident on the dead spruce, or what happened here
Grilled cheese with grilled sausages and fresh salad
Dorade, freshly grilled with potatoes from the potato pot with wild garlic cream
Development of the infructescence of a pasque flower
Encounter with a Spanish dancer, this sea snail is about 30 centimeters tall
Up close to an Indian lionfish
A loner flamingo on the move in deeper water. You don't often see flamingos alone
White-backed clownfish in a sea anemone.
Clownfish retreat to the sea anemone for protection
Biglip damselfish in dense wire corals
The moray eel comes out of its hiding place, breathing heavily
Snowed in, the pasque flower hang their heads. The onset of winter is no fun for them
Bobby enjoys the warm sun on a cold spring day
Anemones in spring, some are blooming, others are already fading
The evening sun brings the right light
Flower of the pasqueflower is illuminated by the low evening sun. The threads are full of pollen dust.
Single Lesser Celandine flower in the evening sun
The low winter sun puts the anemone in the right light
Cardiocrinum giganteum or Himalayan giant lily already sprout in March
The fungus has conquered an old rootstock
The evening sun brings out the red holly berries beautifully
The young calves lie lazy in the meadow
You can hardly tell at a hundred pounds
The extra-large giant pumpkin is transported on a pallet and bales of straw are offered for sale
The three kilo bishop's hat turns into a good family meal
First daisies this year are lured by the sun
Night frost has frozen the water in the forest path
On closer inspection you can see that the leaves are beginning to sprout
Excitedly he observes what is moving in the lawn
Snowdrops don't need snow to bloom
When the sun shines, the first insects come to visit
Hydrangea blossom in the winter sun. It survived storm, ice and rain well.
Flamingo tongue on a wire claw. The sea snails are commonly found in the Caribbean
Large filefish on the reef foraging
Pair of eagle rays roaming the open sea, the dream of many divers.
Caribbean spider crab, if you look closely you will also discover a small partner shrimp
Young French Angelfish in front of a large block of coral
Young puffer fish foraging on the reef
Banded Knightfish. The adult animal roams through the coral
Frontal view of a lobster. Not an easy task.
Little beauty on a soft coral
Young knight fish seen from the side
The young knight fish are on the move as fast as an arrow
Goby on a hard coral, hard to find
Nice specimen of white-spotted snake eel crosses the path
Goldtail moray eel foraging in the coral
Mackerel are real predators of the sea
The young filefish swoops headlong through the coral
Banded scissor shrimp rearing up on the coral
Young tube sponge in the Caribbean. Where does the blue color come from?
Large trumpetfish fixes a small grouper
Small shoal of Yellow-striped Grunts surround a large coral
Close-up of a spotted moray eel
The surgeonfish gets its name from the razor-sharp spines at the base of its tail.
The berries of the holly glow red in winter
The propeller and rudder of the Hilma Hooker wreck are well populated with coral
Elke behind the propeller of the Hilma Hooker wreck
Elke floats over the Caribbean reef
A large pipe sponge in the reef
Big barracuda, it inspires respect in the diver
Parrotfish feed on a large block of coral
Elysia crispata or also known as Lettuce Sea Slug
Encounters with the bearded fireworm can be bloody painful
Even without fish, the reef has a lot to offer
Shrimp are often difficult to find on the white sand.
Myripristinae recorded in the frontal. The big eyes are very striking.
Cornflowers along the way in midsummer
The Ruhr River is in motion. Large and small water vortices show how dangerous floods can be
Not just a simple power pole, but richly decorated, the power line can be carried here
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