Sunrise In Sittard Stadspark

I’ve been living in Sittard for almost 6 years now… so I kind of know where to go if I want to take photos like the one you see above.

Sittard Stadspark is my favorite location to go to. There is everything down there.

From time to time you get to see beautiful sunrays when there is enough morning fog in the air. If you live around, go there early in the morning for a walk…

…and don’t forget to take your camera.


Yesterday I got some people calling me asking if I do prints on canvas.

Yes I do… If you go to:

and choose any photo you like, you’ll be presented with two printing options.

Either you can have it printed on a premium quality paper called… Fuji Professional DPII Glossy Pearl

Or on canvas in various sizes…

totally up to you…

Here is the link:


I took this photo because it looked peaceful and I can imagine to hang this photo in a room where there is lot of light, a place where one can relax. If you have a place like this, then this photo could be perfect fit…

Just saying…

Actually I might print this one myself as this is one of my favorite photos from Stadspark.

All the best…

Libor “time to relax” bednarik

Maas River Morning Fog

  • Maas

Every year I keep visiting my favorite places along the Maas River.

There is cycling path that goes all the way to Maastricht which I really like.

This morning was super foggy with the Sun barely shining through.

Perfect atmosphere.

I took dozens of photos from along the Maas river and here is one of them.


If you’re interested in having this photo printed, then go here…

At the moment I giving away 25% off. Just use the coupon at the checkout.

All the best…

Libor “the Maas River enthusiast” Bednarik

Limbright Fields At Sunrise

From the archive: February 14. 2017

I took this photo while cycling around Limbright.

Actually I was heading to the local woods for a morning ride on my mountain bike.

I picked this place for it’s leading lines that the rails created.

It was bitterly cold as you can imagine being out in the fields in the middle of February.

There was morning frost on the ground that added to the photo and the weather was clear.

What you see in the photo is actually a place about 1km behind the Limbricht Castle.

Open fields that stretch into the distance.

Great for sunrise photography!


If photos like this one excites you and you would like to see more of them, then click the link below. It will take you to my photography store where I have displayed more photos from this and other areas around Sittard.

All the best…

Libor “Sittard photographer” Bednarik

This Lucky Shot Makes Me Go Back To Macro Photography

Yesterday I was visiting some of the gardens in Sittard and had my Sony 100mm / 2.8 with me and while I was shooting the flowers this bee flew into my shot.

To be honest I haven’t even seen it right there because it happened so fast.

And it was in the middle of the day when the Sun is too bright. I simply couldn’t see anything on the screen.

Looking through the viewfinder wasn’t an option because of the restricted space I had.


Later, when I scrolled through the photos I saw it.

It got me by surprise.

It was sharp and the bee in focus.

Luckily I had my settings right and could freeze the action.

One of those lucky days I would say…


Keep shooting…

…and have a lot of fun.


Libor Bednarik

Macro Nature Photography – Droplets On A Flower

There isn’t better time to go to the gardens than after the rain… I took my macro lens so that I could bring you closer to the scene…

This flower and hundreds of others will get destroyed by the end of October if we don’t do anything about it… Please sign the petition below:

For more information go to the official Facebook page:

Red De Tuinen – Save Sittard’s Gardens

When was the last time you’ve visited any of the secret gardens in Sittard? If you haven’t for a while then now it’s the time because soon some of them according to the plan of the city hall should get destroyed by the end of the October.

If we don’t do anything about it, then the only time you’ll enjoy these gardens will be from the photos like the one above.

And I’m not even exaggerating…

I wish I was, but I’m not…

This is for real!

If we don’t do anything about it right now, then we can literally say goodbye to these Sittard gardens.

The funny thing is that there isn’t even a solid explanation why it should be taken down.

Right now there are hundreds of flowers feeding over 125 000 bees.

There are local birds about to loose their home.

These gardens hold big population of insects necessary for birds to survive…

Then, you have the historic value of these gardens originating from the second half of the 17th century.

…and way more.

This is just a fraction of the reasons why these gardens should not be destroyed.


If you want to get involved and save these gardens, then click the link below and sign up for the petition.

Also for more info about it, go to the official Facebook page:

All the best…

Libor Bednarik

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