Posts tagged ‘Henrik Lund’
Long time no see – no words – images speak their own language despite of time and season!
It is like magic to see the awakening in nature – every year everything is reborn – fresh and new.
Finally after the long period of cold weather we also could have some snow to enjoy even in the southern parts of Finland. Here are some panoramas from both northern Carelia and my home surroundings in eastern Uusimaa region.
I just feel so alive when the cold front creeps over the country. The beauty of the crystals, the ice, the snow, the light – everything feels magical. I feel privileged to live in a country with four seasons and I really enjoy it when we have them all during the year – it is... (more)
Beautiful things last for just a short moment – the magic of a photograph is to catch the disappearing beauty. In this case the disappearing snow. Merry Christmas to all of you out there!
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)
After a miserable winter comes a ….guess what…miserable summer of course! I am not usually the first one to complain about the weather, but something is going on there somewhere…the system is a bit out of balance in my opinion. Well – enough of it…back to the image content…It has been a while since my... (more)
The spring has been a very special one. First it seemed it will arrive especially early in march, but then everything turned upside down. Now we are in the end of may, and there are no real signs of the warm sunny and windy days, that would dry up the soil and the fields. Never... (more)
Since I have been lucky spotting some moose the last month, I would like to continue with the animal in same size. This time though a bit more in the series “man and nature” especially how things used to be performed in the past. I hope this type of working will have its renaissance also... (more)