A bit of Samyang fisheye macro photography, made in Rold Skov (Rold Forest) here in DK (Denmark).
The sun is setting over the always beautiful Yosemite National Park.
Made this one on the first day, on my recent coast to coast hike across England.
A view of Woods Creek in California, USA, Which I just happened to pass by, on my 6 weeks road trip back in 2010.
A bit of street photography for you today. This one is from Tokyo, Japan. Where I was lucky enough to capture this guy on his cigarette break.
Another one from my 50mm prime only night out in Tokyo.
Another one from my hike across England. Well this one could have been made anywhere I guess, but it is from Robin Hood’s Bay, trust me.
And leave the past behind.
A big happy fourth of July, to all my American friends and followers.
If your in Jaipur, India. Then the Pink Palace is quiet a sight to see. I always find it amazing to go around looking at all the detailed carvings, you find everywhere in places like this.
I love photographing people walking up this stairwell at night, when it’s only lid by the street light, standing right next to it.
I caught this candy eating girl, walking towards me in some corridor, in Battambang, Cambodia.
Caught on an evening I was out hunting sunset in northern Jutland. I had to wait a few minutes for the swan to swim in to the right position.
This is a 3 photo stitched panorama made out of the window of the plane, as I was leaving Puerto Vallerta in Mexico, back in the winter of 2011.
This is a panorama made from 5 photos, and it’s the view of the Jaigarh Fort as you see it from the Amber Palace, Jaipur, India
Well I guess this must go under the term street photography, even tough there aren’t any streets in many of the small towns in Mongolia, it’s sort of like one big square with houses and shops on it.
Went out early to catch me some sunrise, but was meet by this incredible morning fog. So I had to change my photography plans, and make some morning fog photos instead. Which was cool enough by the way.
First Ladybug I saw this year, that must mean that summer is here, right?