A late evening trip to check out what seemed like a promising spot for my photo group – and indeed it was.
I met with my friend Elin again today, at the same beach we visited yesterday. Today was chilly, though!
Wood anemones are a plenty this spring! And huge, at that. I don’t mind, at all.
I keep returning to the cemetery, this time for two special kinds of wood anemones – double-flowered and yellow.
There are still some toads left in the pond, and today I brought my oldest son to have a look. Again, the spring buds and wood anemones stole my attention.
Another two-meters-apart photowalk today, to check on a toad pond. We were a bit late to the party – not too late for the wood anemones, though!
Along with two friends I had a refreshing two-meters-apart – most of the time even more – photowalk this evening. It was blue as far as the eye could see.
I ventured out in the woods today, looking for a permanently parked Magirus-Deutz truck, revealed to me by a friend. What better lens to use than the LB 2.0?
I recently purchased the Omni creative filter system plus the expansion pack, and tonight I had the chance for a quick first spin.
We were supposed to meet for land art fun today, but because of the self-isolation situation it was cancelled. Instead, I made this triptych in my garden.
No snow in southern Norway so far this winter, I am quite happy with that.
A few pics from Stampefoss, our local waterfall, this wet and dark Christmas Eve.