Posts tagged ‘lappträsk’
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)
Many of us feels that we still have a quite normal winter in Finland these days, but experience and looking at the statistics tell something different. Yes – we have had some snow…Yes – we have had some cold periods…Still it is not the same as it used to be. Somebody can think that I... (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)
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)
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.
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!
Time to wrap up the year and wish you all a Merry Christmas! This year has been in many ways different compared to previous years, especially when it comes to my photography. More selective shooting, enjoying the surroundings and not that much of pressure on just photographing. After many years of multitasking it felt good... (more)