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.
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.
Testing the brand new Sol 22 by Lensbaby, the widest lens they’ve made for m 4/3 cameras. The fixed aperture really makes you rethink your shooting style!
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.
Wood anemone, or anemone nemorosa, is perhaps the most common spring flower in Norway.
I got a new camera today, a Nikon D500 which I hope will be my new best friend when it comes to concert photography – it’s a beast when it comes to churning high ISO numbers.
Ahhhh, even my allergies can’t stop me from thoroughly enjoying spring after the hardest winter in ages.
The hepatica nobilis, my favourite spring sign, is finally here!
Just what you long for at the end of a long winter; another snowfall..! Hopefully it will all be gone in the morning.
Yesterday I revisited my favourite spot for Hepatica Nobilis, and there were so many! I spent a lovely couple of hours making art with the Velvet 56 lens.
In with the new, out with the old – spring is the best season! Loving the intriguing contrast between withered leaves and fresh spring buds.