Posts tagged ‘lundfoto’
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)
Winter – my love – you pass too fast for me…But I indeed have enjoyed your stay in every breath. The glittering snow on the fields – the packed snow in the trees – 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)
A small collection of summer months 2017 – mostly from south-eastern part of Finland.
I had the chance to photograph some young moose earlier this spring – Thanks to my moose-guide from Spain – Antonio! Low light conditions with spring in the air!
To continue from I stopped last time – climate change is affecting us every day, and it is becoming more and more visible in our every day life. A very good example is this new season, which could be called “the grey season”. In many parts of Finland where we are used to have decent... (more)