Living in the Northern hemisphere, you really learn to appreciate the warmer seasons. Spring especially, with those lovely May evenings!
I ventured out for a photo walk to the iron works museum with a group of friends from the camera club. I got sunburnt in late August!
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.
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.
Luckily no snow yet around here, but a little frost is just swell for photography purposes.
In with the new, out with the old – spring is the best season! Loving the intriguing contrast between withered leaves and fresh spring buds.
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!