I have included in this small guide 14 of my favourite spots to photograph the Moravian landscapes. There are no restrictions regarding photography in the Southern Moravia area and it’s probably one of the safest places in Europe. The best time to visit the area is spring which usually begins with a flourish at the start of April and coincides with some of the first green cereal-filled lawns and plowed, brown fields. In the second half of April and first half of May the rapeseed fields are in full bloom, making the landscape spectacularly colourful. It’s also worth visiting Moravia in autumn, when the vineyards are full of warm colours and the fields are already ploughed for the winter. Your most important items of gear will be a long telephoto lens with a solid tripod. In Southern Moravia you’ll want to shoot the details of the landscape which are usually far away from the spot. Lenses should have at least 300mm on a full frame camera, but a longer focal length would be even better. In my opinion, a 400mm lens should cover the majority of spots mentioned in this guide. A stable tripod for heavier lenses is another necessity for shooting here. Please take note when packing that this area lies on a large passageway between the Alps, Carpathians and Bohemian Massiv, so strong winds are quite common here. Wading boots will also be a useful item to pack as they will help you to stay dry during scouting walks through muddy fields and paths after rain.