No snow in southern Norway so far this winter, I am quite happy with that.
A few pics from Stampefoss, our local waterfall, this wet and dark Christmas Eve.
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 keep a mirrorless Olympus E-M10, along with the Sol 22 and the Trio 28 lenses, in my purse for impromptu photowalks.
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.
Not much, if any, snow yet this winter. I am fine with that – although some days are so dull, a colourful Lightroom preset seems appropriate.
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.
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!
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.
Do the the citizens of Rome look at the Colosseum with awe each and every day? Or: how to motivate yourself for taking pictures when there seemingly nothing to photograph.