Last week I destroyed my right shoulder in a bike crash, but when I heard of possible northern lights yesterday evening, I decided to ignore the cloudy forecast and the aching shoulder and ventured out to Öjen to get a new view of the not-so-new-anymore wind power plant against the night sky. Continue reading Windy nights
I’m very happy to announce the start of the Wildlife Vaasa festivals special events beginning on Monday November 5th at 18.00 with the opening of my photo exhibition:
“Wind Energy in Finland – Now and Then”
The exhibition venue is the Vaasa City Library.
Time period: November 3-29, Welcome!
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
This image from my recent night trip is another shot of the northern lights – this time as seen in the actual night sky, as opposed to the early sunrise in my previous post. The colours are a little less dramatic, but in my opinion still don’t lack in beauty.
The foreground was illuminated by a few LEDs.
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Instead of sleeping I decided to walk around my neighbourhood and in the city of Vaasa.
The weather was seemingly boring at first, but the ambience was amazing, resulting in a bunch of great images. Continue reading Purple Haze
Though I had bad luck with the clouds when attempting to capture the northern lights a few days ago, this image is a great example of why light pollution on our planet has an effect on a population level. Continue reading Festival of colours