The Hepatica nobilis are the first daring spring flowers where I live. These tiny blues were captured last weekend, using my precious Velvet 56.
Oh spring, how I long for thee. Another seaside walk, still equipped with that V56, only one kid tagged along this time.
Sakura season in Japan is definitely on my bucket list. Until then, I will have to do with our town’s lone cherry tree.
May means lots of official holidays, which calls for impromptu photowalks when the weather allows. And boy did it allow on Ascension Day..!
At the nearby lake Assev lies a hidden world!
When the trees are blooming, spring is definitely around the corner!
A few but important signs of spring from my local surroundings — highly anticipated by northerners like myself..!
From a visit to Himmelbjerget, long claimed to be Denmark’s tallest “mountain”.
Outside the southernmost city of Norway, secluded under steep mountain sides, lies a beautiful natural park area called Ravnedalen – the valley of ravens, translated.
My first photowalk with the Edge 80 optic. The tilt plane is difficult to get right!