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Hallstatt by Night by Ludwig Riml
Incredible Oeland by Ludwig Riml
Timelessness by Ludwig Riml
Early in the Morning by Ludwig Riml
Thunderstorm approaching the picturesque town Hallstatt by Ludwig Riml
The Cloud of Unknowing by Ludwig Riml
Figment of Imagination by Ludwig Riml
Migrants by Ludwig Riml
When suddenly it Happens by Ludwig Riml
Gollinger Wasserfall by Ludwig Riml
The mill at the Gollinger waterfall by Ludwig Riml
Cafe Au Lait by Ludwig Riml
Outlook by Ludwig Riml
Buddesta Fishing Village, Oeland, Baltic Sea, Sweden by Ludwig Riml
Swedish Countryside by Ludwig Riml
Summer Evening by Ludwig Riml
Morning Walk along the Beach by Ludwig Riml
Motion by Ludwig Riml
Evening De-light on the Shore by Ludwig Riml
Fishing Cottages in Djupvik, Oeland, Baltic Sea by Ludwig Riml
Shore Lines, Byxelkrok, Oeland by Ludwig Riml
Nature by Ludwig Riml
Small Waterfall in the Spring Forest by Ludwig Riml
Chiesa Di Santa Maddalena by Ludwig Riml
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About Ludwig Riml
Born in the middle of the Tyrolienne Alps my approach to nature is very natural. Hiking being my favorite, I try to bring my camera equipment whenever possible. My wife Marita, though being very supportive and patient, sometimes cannot hide a deep sigh. Fortunately she loves reading books.
Photography has been one of my hobbies since the teenage years. Now in the digital area just being so much more fun. Besides, travelling has become almost every mans possibility (well, really only for a minority of people globally). Living in Sweden, we have spent several winters in Tiruvannamalai, our favorite place in Tamil Nadu, India, where we found a real supportive environment for meditation.
What more? I used to do a lot of gardening and we were quite self-sufficient until we sold our little farm two years ago. Right now we are looking forward to move to our new house with a much smaller, but very charming garden.