Found this little fella, one evening I had been out photographing the setting sun.
Well here we have one of my favorite photography subjects, sun light in between trees in a forest. And this one is one of the better ones.
One more from my UK summer hike. Here at the end station Robin Hood’s Bay.
Made one very early morning at Stevns Klint. Luckily there was a bit of morning mist in the air.
One of the countless beautiful landscapes of Mongolia. And a lot of the days I spend there, was cover in these awesome looking, blue skies filled with cotton clouds. Couldn’t ask for more.
Rice farmers in Cambodia.
Most definitely my favorite time of the year, photography wise that is.
Panorama made from 3 photos.
One of the photos I made on this years Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk. Made with a CCTV lens.
Caught this cool looking guy on a walk down Nørrebrogade.
Caught a “soft” sunrise at Møn’s Klint last year. Perfect for long exposure photography.
The big question here in Denmark, around winter time, is always “are we getting a white Christmas?” Well it’s been awhile since we had one. I’ll keep my fingers crossed.
One of the many salesmen along the Maha Rat Road in Bangkok, Thailand. A most go to destination, when you’re in Bangkok.
Made in the streets of Jaffa, Israel. The day I was leaving, I had some time to kill before the flight home, and what better way then to walk around and do a bit of street photography.
One of the many temples, that you find in and in the surrounding area of Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
When in Israel, one must see the old part of Jerusalem. And I must say it’s a perfect place for street photography.
Got this one, while I was waiting for the ferry, back to Zealand. And to kill time I grabbed my x100s and went for a short walk.
Three photo’s of a stairwell in an old building, all made with a Olympus OM-D EM-1. Exif for the first photo.
George Washington used to live here. EDIT: Just realized that I already made this photo, once before – you can find the old edit here: George Washington Mansion
Well, it’s a line of trees in Sweden.
Caught these fellas an early morning in Dyrehaven park.
Made this photo one night on my way home from the studio. Here’s a before and after comparison for you.
One of the many tuk-tuk drives, that gave me a ride, when I was in Bangkok, Thailand, back in 2012.
Some benches are placed in just the right spot, like this one in Brøndbyhavn – a harbor, not far from where I live – here you can sit a watch the sun going down over the sea.
This is an HDR I made with my Fuji x100s. after all the usual HDR processing, I added a bit of Analog Efex Pro 2 magic, to get the look just right.