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Golden Hour

The golden hour before sunset(or sunrise) make for great landscapes
The golden hour before sunset(or sunrise) makes for great (landscape) photographs

We’re still going back in time towards the winter so to speak, this time with one of the more beautiful sunsets I managed to capture at one of my most frequent locations. Friends ask me quite often why I don’t travel to Thailand or [insert random faraway country] and the main reason for that is quite simple:  Continue reading Golden Hour

Solar Storm

Me marveling at the aurora borealis under the star sky.
Me marveling at the aurora borealis under the star sky.

Today I break my 1 image/post rule again, just because I know how much you guys like photographs of the aurora borealis. The aurora was exceptionally active tonight, which resulted in a beautifully lit night sky, regardless of the light pollution. More images after the break.  Continue reading Solar Storm

Summer is over.

Somebody had written the current temperature in the snow but forgot the unit. Shot during sunset (at 14:44).

The whole past week I’ve been quite sick and thus stuck at home. Today however, I could not resist the urge to go out and take some photographs of one of my favourite nearby locations. I remember joking with a client a few weeks ago how we’re both still waiting for this years summer. WELL, I think the wait is over, it’s probably safe to say that there will be no more summer this year. 😉 Continue reading Summer is over.

The end of one journey..

..is the beginning of another. Although the road may seem linear at times, there are a million turns just waiting to be taken.

With the addition of sundays images to the Wildlife 2012 album, the official part of my documentation of the festival is now finished. In the coming days I will post some additional photographs of the aftermath, because even though the festival is now over and for most people it’s already business as usual, I know that for some of us this last week has changed our lives forever.
Continue reading The end of one journey..