Posts tagged ‘landscape’
Magic has been in the air for some months – spectacular colors and beautiful sunshine and the crisp and bright air. All ingredients to enjoy a beautiful autumn.
Fireweed in evening glory. Lappträsk, Finland. July 2018. The header says it all – shit comes around…and climate change is making it more severe and more visible to us all. No swimming anymore in mid-july in the gulf of Finland due to cyanobacteria bloom.... (more)
Sometimes even I do go up towards the clouds – or almost above them. I had the opportunity to visit Mount Pilatus and stay there for two nights – what an experience! To open the window before sunrise and look out over the alps…it... (more)
This year we celebrate the Finnish independence – 100 years! We at Professional Natur Photographers of Finland – Suomen Ammattiluontokuvaajat are celebrating big time with a big competition – Minunmaisemani. Please feel free to join the competition with your own vision of our beautiful country! At least I try to take some true Finnish landscapes every... (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)
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!
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)
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 lamount of light has increased significantly over the last weeks, and we have already seen some migrating birds around here. We had some “last new snow” a week ago, so I had to trap the panorama gear and head out to a natural forest near by for some winter shots – they are quite... (more)