Welcome to martinkuehn.eu !Here you will find a vast number of photos of diverse categories, taken by me over the last years. I hope you will like them and if you are interested in any of them, just contact me and introduce yourself a little bit. For finding photos for any special purpose I implemented several filtering techniques.
So actually the only thing that remains to be said: Have fun regarding the photos!
Get in the Christmas mood by having a look at my most recent photos !
Discover the beautiful and sunny city of Toulouse in Southern France. Known as "La ville rose", Toulouse impresses with a unique architecture made of pinkish terracotta bricks. In Toulouse, the Garonne river is often that calm that it perfectly mirrors the beautiful riverside buildings. Watch the video for the impressive sunsets and sunrises on the river as well as to discover the Cathedral Saint Etienne, the churches Saint Sernin, Saint Aubin and Saint Agne. See also the Hôtel Assézat, the Canal du Midi, and the neoclassic Capitole building !
See all this in my new time-lapse:
To the timelapses !
See the newest photographic impressions from Toulouse in the full catalog.
On my photo page (i.e., Full Catalog) you can now find some first gorgeous impressions from the beautiful city of Toulouse.
During my last stay in Barcelona I was quite lucky to be able to shoot some gorgeous sequences of sunrises and sunsets, cloud movements, and night falling over this awesome city. I finally managed to create a three minutes timelapse video which I would like to share with you:
Time-lapse of Barcelona
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Bees and summer flowers yield beautiful photos when captured togehter with sun rays. See my new mini series: photos.martinkuehn.eu.
See now the second part of my series from Brittany !
The Sea, oysters, and hortensias are only three things which are commonly found in Brittany. See the first part of my newest series of wunderful Brittany.
See my newest time-lapse of the vivid city of the wine and explore Bordeaux in less than three minutes in great 4k Quality here.
Have fun watching the time-lapse!