I hope that I’ll get the chance to visit Iceland again some day. A true paradise for any landscape photographer.
Infrared post no. 5 A Danish landscape.
Two times snowy mountains from Iceland. Exif photo no. 1 Exif photo no. 2
There’s always something fascinating about roads that goes on and on, and disappears into the distance.
Made in a small harbor in Iceland. Unfortunately I have forgotten the name and the location of it. Made with my Olympus OM-D EM-5 and the super awesome 17mm 1.8 lens also from Olympus.
One of the many great views you find on the Faroe Islands.
Here’s another one from that special lake in Hareskoven – The Rabbit Forest – that I like so much.
Here’s a beautiful misty sunrise from the always awesome Rebild Bakker – Rebild Hills – in Jutland.
The view from one of the hill tops at Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake in Mongolia. A huge thundercloud is on it’s way.
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.
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.
Caught these fellas an early morning in Dyrehaven park.
Another texture crazy photo, this one from Yosemite. Looking at it now, I think the frame might be a bit to big and dominant.
Saksun, one of my absolute favorite places on the Faroe Islands.
Made on my hike across the UK, this summer.