"Change of Perspective" is the motto of our SeeMagazine 2019. We explore the lakes from a different angle: From above, on board or ashore – with our pictures, stories and ideas we want to invite the readers to discover the region anew.
How different landscapes look from above show the impressive aerial views by Peter von Felbert, with which we start into this years SeeMagazine. Another lookout, one behind several monastery walls, had writer Karin Lochner. Thereby she met a businesswoman who successfully combines tradition and modernism: Martina Gebhardt bought the monastery Wessobrunn in Pfaffenwinkel, where she sells, packs and soon also produces her natural cosmetic products.
Editor-in-Chief Sandra Djajadisastra and author Silke Heuschmann met actor Adnan Maral and his wife Franziska at lake Ammersee. The two talk openly about what made them settle in rural Bavaria. Also in the magazine: A delicious encounter with bestselling author Hanni Münzer, an architectural jewel in Herrsching, that proves that modern architecture can go along with natural surroundings as well as six kiosk owners, who share their passion about small corner stores.
Once again the SeeMagazin photographers captured the diverse beauty of the Fünfseenland. Peter von Felbert photographed magical places from above, Jan Greune SUP action on the water: his pictures make you want to get on board and check out our tour recommendations immediately.
Photographer Elina Gathof accompanied author Ramona Nickl to an alpaca farm in the Isar Valley. In addition to some really charming fellas, they also found answers to the question, what makes them so special. Artist Hans Panschar embarked on an adventure of "simple construction" within his home - what this looks like recorded photographer Stefan Nimmesgern for us. And Munich based photographer Conny Mirbach had fun, taking pictures of Adnan and Franziska Maral during the interview. Also happy appeared our winter swimmers while jumping into the icy lake – captured by Luana Freitag.
This and much more is what the SeeMagazin 2019 has in store for its readers. The new issue is now available at magazine- and bookretailers in Bavaria, at selected train stations and airports throughout Germany or online at www.seemagazin.de and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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