We’ve had plenty of rain this fall, which is evident in the massive rush of water through the Kaldvell watercourse.
Oldest kiddo and I ran out to soak up some of the lovely September evening sun – to better cope with inbetween rainy days, school, and work tasks.
I ventured out for a photo walk to the iron works museum with a group of friends from the camera club. I got sunburnt in late August!
An evening trip to the beach – I just love being by water, whether it be a stream, a river, a waterfall, a lake, or the sea – always have.
Do the the citizens of Rome look at the Colosseum with awe each and every day? Or: how to motivate yourself for taking pictures when there seemingly nothing to photograph.
Kaldvell is an idyllic spot not far from where I live, a fish ladder and several waterfalls are among the many nice motives for an eager photographer.
Luckily no snow yet around here, but a little frost is just swell for photography purposes.
Christmas greys was dominant during today’s photowalk with a friend. She got a Lensbaby kit for Christmas and I taught her a few beginners’ tricks.
Oh spring, how I long for thee. Another seaside walk, still equipped with that V56, only one kid tagged along this time.
Took my two boys for a seaside stroll, equipped with my brand new Velvet 56. So exited for this lens! That bubbly bokeh the V56 produces is something else!
I spent the last day of summer vacation on a Kaldvell photowalk with my friend Line, all equipped with my brand new Edge 50 and the older brother Edge 80.
Winter’s waning, and my friend Line and I decided to go ice art hunting at nearby waterfall Stampefoss.