Thomas Senf Alpine Photography

  • Aletschgletscher, Bernese Oberland

    I am not too crazy about getting up at 4am. Luckily nature rewarded me with
    breathtaking sceneries.

  • Jungfrau, Bernese Oberland

    Often times, it is only the very short moments that stick with you. Like this magical sunrise above the Aletsch Glacier.

  • Advanced Basecamp, Kyrgyzstan

    They are still out there. The wild, remote places where no one even knows the term “light-pollution”.

  • Sichuan, China

    Dani Arnold and Ralf Weber making their way towards a first ascent on a nameless peak. I enjoy places far off the worn out paths.

  • Three Sisters Peak, China

    Looking at peaks like this, there is no question “why”. You just have to climb.

  • Konkordiaplatz, Bernese Oberland

    Having 900m of ice below your feet is so hard to image. Hopefully glaciers like the Aletsch will not melt too quickly.

  • Monte Rosa, Italy

    With sun comes warmth. That is common sense. Yet on this particular morning the lesson was giving in a very special, spectacular way.

  • Fitz Roy, Patagonia

    Fritz Roy presented himself in day’s last sunlight. With the vanishing sun the cold crept into our bivy. -25 degrees. Good night!

  • Nesthorn, Valais

    Being a Guide is my second profession. It’s about helping guests realize their alpine dreams.

  • Mammut-Shooting, Alpine Collection

    Living a life as an alpine photographer is sometimes hard and strenous but for me it is a way of life and the most beautiful work-life balance I can think of.