It’s that time of year again when – given the right circumstances – one can get a glimpse of our home galaxy the milky way. Continue reading Early Autumn
This photograph of the Ostrobothnian museum is a reminder of the upcoming Wildlife Vaasa nature film festival. I shot the photo about a week ago in an attempt to get the museum and milky way into the same frame. Continue reading Star Dust
In my previous post i described how I ventured out to photograph the northern lights.
And while the conditions for that kind of shooting were far from ideal, (the aurora was the most active, when it wasn’t even dark yet and the moon was very bright,) I managed to capture an “okay”-image of it. However, since I knew that most likely almost everybody would try to get an good shot of the aurora that night, I decided to do what I do best:
“If everyone is trying to catch those northern lights, then maybe I should point my cameras in the opposite direction.” Continue reading Think different
Todays photograph is another shot at photographing the milky way. This time I had a little more luck. The nights are dark now, but Continue reading Late summer