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Jörg Dauerer, Photography

Matterhorn, Wallis, SwitzerlandSydney, New South Wales, AustraliaHärön Coast, Västra Götaland, SwedenOrcia valley, Tuscany, ItalyPemaquid Point Lighthouse, Maine, United StatesLoch Leven, Highlands, Scotland, United KingdomVineyards near Gamlitz, Styria, AustriaWahiba Sands, Ash Sharqiyah, Sultanate of OmanAchill Island, County Mayo, Republic of IrelandZion National Park, Utah, United StatesMont-Saint-Michel, Basse-Normandie, FranceOlympic Mountains, Washington, United StatesSwaledale, North Yorkshire, England, United KingdomNambung National Park, Western Australia, AustraliaBosa, Sardinia, ItalyOtago Peninsula, Otago, New ZealandBisti Wilderness, New Mexico, United StatesHong Kong, China

Welcome

Welcome to my website "Jörg Dauerer, Photography" where you can browse through photos I took in 32 countries in Europe (including Norway, Germany, France, Italy), North America (including (New England, Arizona, California), Asia, Australia and New Zealand, and Morocco.

All in all 2313 photos (including 362 panorama photos and 65 black and white photos) are available in 185 Galleries (arranged by geographical location) and 33 Exhibitions (arranged by subject).

Image of the Month

Grafarkirkja, Iceland, ISL, Suðurland, brown, highlands, Fjallabak Nature Reserve, green, Landmannalaugar, landscape, morning light, moss, pattern, red, Rhyolite, snow

The image of the month of April is Landmannalaugar. It shows the typical red and brown rhyolite rock patterns of Landmannalaugar partially covered by green moss. Landmannalaugar is in Suðurland in the highlands of Iceland. This photo was taken on a sunny day in September of 2013. More ...

Current exhibition

Rainbow, Castasegna, CHE, Kanton Graubünden, Soglio GR, Switzerland, engadin, evening light, storm, Val Bregaglia

The current Online Exhibition at Jörg Dauerer - Photography is Rainbow. Rainbows are caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky. They always appear in the opposite direction of the sun. More ...

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