Leymus arenarius stinging my shins while running through the mazes of the dunes, is the sweet song of my childhood’s summers.
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I just bought a couple of medium format TLR cameras. Yesterday I took one of them (an Ikoflex) out for a test drive as viewfinder in a through the viewfinder setup.
Turned out to my liking. And boy, have I missed the warmth of summer.
Recently I’ve been working on a record cover for the awesome electronica-fazz-fusion-ish band Vektormusik.
This is from adjusting the camera to a photo session for the band. Really just a random plant from home
Oh PS: I can’t wait to see the finished version of the records. Should be out in the fall ’11. Only available as vinyl and download.
I’m not much of a flower guy but I like these. Especially the fact that something as beautiful as these are considered weeds.
First post in wordpress. Things look a bit messy right now, but they’ll soon get cleaned up.
And why the change? Weniger, aber besser. Less is more and all that…
Until getting my own house gardening didn’t interest at all. But now I actually find both giving and relaxing.
This was shot from under our enormous rhubarbs.
Beauty hides everwhere. It was first when I got back to my computer I really got to looking at the patterns and cracks in the bark. So insanely complex.
This turned out to be more texture than anything else.
When the snow is pouring out of the sky it\’s time for some indoor photography.
Me and the ol\’ Mamiya C3 had a nice evening yesterday.
NIKON D50 (17mm, f/7.1, 1/800 sec, ISO0)
Every day I walk here on my way to work. Not quite as dark as it seems
NIKON D300 (200mm, f/16, 1/1000 sec, ISO2000)
Green always gets much greener when wet.
NIKON D50 (62mm, f/4.5, 1/1600 sec, ISO0)
This is partly why I so much like the coming of spring. To cover up all the ugly and withering natures has shown the last many months.
NIKON D50 (24mm, f/6.3, 1/640 sec, ISO0)
It\’ll only be a matter of time/sun/seasons changing before nature wins this one.
This one got it\’s title from a wonderful entry in good ol\’ mother of Wikis NIKON D50 (50mm, f/6.3, 1.3 sec, ISO0)
It still amazes me how much information there is to be found on every conceivable subject.
NIKON D50 (62mm, f/14, 1/80 sec, ISO0)
I for one is longing for colder weather. It just seems right this time of year but instead all we get here is damp and foggy days.
This is from a day recently when everything was covered in the finest frost. Nice and cold
Here\’s your basic and classic fall shot. The title refers to an awesome track by The Breeders NIKON D50 (60mm, f/4.5, 1/125 sec, ISO0)
NIKON D50 (45mm, f/5.6, 1/320 sec, ISO0)
And another fall shot. I was totally mesmerized by these patterns. Nature works in mysterious and beautiful ways.