Finally, winter let go! My two photo friends and I ventured out to look for the first signs of spring: the Hepatica Nobilis.
The last stop of a fullday roadtrip in the nearby area was spent at a frozen lake, where I found these interesting patterns in the ice.
My friend and I took a roadtrip looking for frost and sun — and found both. My Velvet 28 and Velvet 85 tagged along.
Even potato fields can look mesmerizing under the right light..!
During a quick evening outing with my photographer friend, I became mesmerized with the ripples on the lake.
For the last few weeks, the Edge 35 has been a permanent fixture on my Nikon D500.
I am a participant in a facebook group called The Travelling Lensbabies, a “fan” driven group where we take turns borrowing two beta version Lensbabies.
Living in the Northern hemisphere, you really learn to appreciate the warmer seasons. Spring especially, with those lovely May evenings!
My take on this year’s 52 challenge is “black and white details” in square format. These are takeouts from today’s effort, in colour.
I went out “hunting” for sheep in the sunset, but instead found a black sun – a phenomenon otherwise more commonly seen in Denmark, further south.
I’ve been extremely lucky to having been picked as one of the hosts for the #travelingburnsideproject, and yesterday the lens arrived at my work desk.
Way south in Norway, there’s a place with so close bonds to North America that it’s called “little USA”.