The Astronomy Guide October 2023 is now online with the
Topic of the month:
The Orionids and the origins of meteor showers.
This is work in progress with the ambition to bring together the arts & science.
For my latest work go to the Astrophotography Gallery.
Under Toolbox you’ll find general information on astronomy, astrophotography and the equipment I’m using.
You’ll also find a (usually) monthly Astronomical Calendar with a selection of interesting celestial objects to observe – in general, for the northern hemisphere.
Artificial Light at Night (ALAN) not only has an impact on astronomical observation. It is an issue with a tremendous impact on wildlife, plants as well as human health.
Most importantly, there are many things we can do to avoid needless artificial light at night – and make a real difference in our everyday lives.
For more information visit the LightPollution section.
Most of my astronomy and landscape pictures were taken in the Mont-Vully region of Switzerland – famous for its three lakes (Lac de Morat, Lac de Neuchâtel and Lac de Bienne),
it’s mild climate and stunning beauty. The diversity of flora and fauna here remains impressive.
This is work in progress. I’ll regularly update this website with new pictures as well as reviews.
Enjoy the journey & Clear Skies!
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