A late evening trip to check out what seemed like a promising spot for my photo group – and indeed it was.
Is there anything to match the northern hemisphere pastel coloured spring evenings?
Today was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2020! I decided to have a go at it, and took my Lensbaby pinhole/ zone plate optic on a roadtrip.
I met with my friend Elin again today, at the same beach we visited yesterday. Today was chilly, 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.
No snow in southern Norway so far this winter, I am quite happy with that.
Even potato fields can look mesmerizing under the right light..!
For the last few weeks, the Edge 35 has been a permanent fixture on my Nikon D500.
I keep a mirrorless Olympus E-M10, along with the Sol 22 and the Trio 28 lenses, in my purse for impromptu photowalks.
Living in the Northern hemisphere, you really learn to appreciate the warmer seasons. Spring especially, with those lovely May evenings!
A test shoot of the Lensbaby Edge 35 optic. For the photos in this post, I’ve shot the same object using different apertures.
I really like the foggy October landscapes!