Berlin Day Hike: Endless Summer in Stobbertal

Yeah! We made a hike after quite a while! Renovating can be quite satisfying but it can also be very, very annoying and so I was happily tricked into one day leisure activity a week. What shall I say: It’s great. Let’s do it again.

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From Buckow to Tornow SeeDSC_0608DSC_0618DSC_0612DSC_0619DSC_0625DSC_0647DSC_0627DSC_0638DSC_0648DSC_0653DSC_0675DSC_0676DSC_0686DSC_0666

 

The wonderful Haus Tornow am See

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From Tornow See to Eichendorfer Mühle DSC_0704DSC_0707DSC_0714DSC_0720DSC_0727DSC_0746DSC_0752DSC_0765DSC_0766

Over Drei Eichen and Klobichsee (with a short dip) back to BuckowDSC_0789DSC_0792DSC_0802DSC_0804DSC_0822DSC_0827DSC_0831

 

Location: Buckow – Schlosspark – Along Lindenstraße – Anlong Stöbber River – around Tornow Lake – Pritzwalker Mühle – Along Stöbber River until Eichendorfer Mühle – Drei Eichen – Klobichsee – back to Buckow through the forest / Distance: 20 km / Public Transport: There is a train from Lichtenberg to Müncheberg and a bus to Buckow (1h20m) / from city center: 53 km / East / Weather: 27 °C, sunny / Camera: Nikon D90, 18-105 mm lens.

 

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6 thoughts on “Berlin Day Hike: Endless Summer in Stobbertal

    • Hi Dirk, There are indeed some things you can’t do without a DSLR (or similar) camera, but more important in my opinion is something else. My DSLR is 12 years old and on other posts (e.g. this one https://hikeminded.blog/2018/07/19/brandenburg-by-boat-marvelous-muggelspree/) I only took photos with the iPhone.
      In my opinion, the most important thing –and what makes the difference between a great photo and a normal one is that the photographer doesn’t take a picture of an object, but of light. It’s this awareness of light that changes all. The good thing is: You can practise and cultivate it, and it doesn’t cost a penny 🙂
      Try this first, try to catch a sunbeam trough a wet tree, try to “play” the light in using a counter flash, and try it more than once. Try it before spending a lot of money on gear 🙂

      Happy light catching! XX

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