Today's series was actually not planned at all - because although Texel offers a great variety of natural landscapes for a "North Sea landscape", I did not assume that I would have time for this parallel to wildlife photography.
But it worked out quite well, especially because of the proximity of the spots. For example, we were able to photograph animals in the dunes until 15 minutes before sunset, and then at sunset we could continue 400m further with landscape photography. There are also certain weather conditions that were only ideal for one of the two genres.
The only drawback - the backpack was really heavy! To have a 600/f4 plus converter in my backpack during a landscape photography session was a real challenge, which I wasn't used to 😉
Anyway - I was able to capture some light moods and have been able to find one or the other nice perspective "for a North Sea landscape", but judge for yourself 😉
I hope that there is something for you in the third part of my series.
Thank you very much for watching this series and many greetings,