Originally from the city of Jena in Thuringia, Germany, Björn Freiherr moved to Carpinteria in 2017 and has been capturing its dazzling landscapes ever since. Freiherr’s home region, rich with lush forests and known as “the green heart of Germany,” cultivated an appreciation of nature in the future IT systems architect and photographer. After winning a drone at a technology conference a few years ago, Freiherr became captivated with his newfound ability to achieve a bird’s eye view of Carpinteria’s unique geography: “the ocean and the mountains together in one image.” With his camera flying high in the sky, Freiherr captures the stunning natural splendor of Carpinteria.

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