Posts tagged ‘autumn’
Yin and Yang of autumn. Lappträsk, Finland. October 2018. 360 degrees little planet aerial view over colorful aspens. Lappträsk, Finland. October 2018. Autumn colors in all variations. Lappträsk, Finland. October 2018. Photocomposite of aspen autumn study. Lappträsk, Finland. October 2018. Aspen trees in full colorbloom at lake Lappträsk, Finland. October 2018. Barnacle geese enjoying the... (more)
Some of the work photographed during the last autumn months. Tomorrow we will celebrate 100 years of independence in Finland. I will celebrate it with these landscapes and animals. Happy birthday Finland!
Autumn has left these aspens without leaves. Lappträsk, Finland. October 2017. Fallen aspen leaves. Lappträsk, Finland. October 2017. Thousands of migrating geese – tens to hundreds of thousands have visited our small lake this autumn. It has been... (more)
The summer passed quickly – sometimes I get the feeling that the summer never happened actually this year. Time flies when you are having fun they say, and I have to admit it is true. Many experiences richer I am happy that I have taken the time to... (more)
Happy birthday Finland! Today, 6.12.2016 we celebrate for the 100th time our nations birthday to be precise, as the very first one also is counted in. 99 full years of independence – a great country to be born in – I would say we are VERY PRIVILIDGED to live in a country as Finland. Clean... (more)
It comes slowly, silent and calm. Expected but still unexpected. You can never be prepared for it. It makes everything kind of different – new and strange, but the longing is tremendous. Death. I feel extremely grateful for all the experiences and knowledge shared throughout the years, my whole life. You have been my inspiration... (more)
Some reflections over the last months…nothing special really…just waiting for some real change towards light and snow at the moment.
What an autumn – what else can you say?! Thousands and again thousands of migrating geese flying over our house every day for over a month – you really get this deep feeling of seasons changing when you see the birds flying over day after day. During the years I have photographed a lot of... (more)
I have said it before and will probably say it many times in the future: the first light snow cover and the first thin sheet of ice on the lake is always magical. It is pure, fresh – virginlike and gives you the feeling of nature being reborn. Placing your feet on the thin ice... (more)
The all creative low light season is here finally. The perfect time for long exposures, using different on-site techniques to get your images alive, panning etc. Only your mind is the limiting factor. There is no bad weather for photography – there is only bad imagination hindering you from doing your thing!