Last year I was attending my girlfriends nephew’s christening, at the after church get together I was asked if I would make some portraits of the family, and of course I did.
The very first photo I made with My Nikkor 80-200mm F2.8 lens, I made on my way home from the guy I bought it.
Made on my very first visit to The Faroe Islands back in 2010.
Made on a walk around town about a month ago on one of the first days of the year with some really nice sunlight.
Made a few weeks back, when I got up for some sunrise hunting.
Made last winter, when it gets dark in the late afternoon here in Copenhagen. As you can see on the clock on the building, this was made 04:22pm. “Hovedbanegården” means “Grand Central Station” in Danish.
“De Hvide Huse” means “The White Houses” in Danish. This is part of the new apartment area that are being build on the waterfront here in Copenhagen.
I’m a sucker for these curly American – or non American for that matter – roads, and by adding a little tilt-shift effect in post. You’re having a hard time making a bad photo IMO.
Made at the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.
Made in the Olympic Forest in Washington State. Oregon and Washington State have by far some of the most beautiful forests I have ever seen.
Analog photo from the Dolomites, Italy. Made with my Vilia Auto 35, a Russian camera made by BelOMO from 1973-86.
Let’s stay in flower mode for one more day, this one is from my first trip to The Faroe Islands back in 2010.