Just arrived in the Dolomites, Italy today, gonna spend a week here with a few photography friends, it’s gonna be awesome.
- Aperture: ƒ/18
- Camera: NIKON D300
- Focal length: 38mm
- ISO: 200
- Shutter speed: 1/60s
An early morning in late winter of 2011, I was out catching some sunrise with My very good friend Rod Clemen. This photo is from our way back to the train station, when we where almost done for the day. I just can’t resist these low sun through trees scenarios, and had to stop and make a photo, even though I was freezing My butt off.
My girl friend makes these small toy figures (they are a combination of man and animal). She sends them out into the world with people she knows, I had a couple of them with me on My recent trip to Utah, USA. Where I made a bunch of photos, this one is from Archers National Park.
Find out more about the figures on her website (it’s in Danish) here: www.lisastroander.dk
Mammoth Hot Springs one of the many amazing places in Yellowstone, unfortunately I didn’t get to spend more the one evening at this location. But it is definitely a spot I’ll get back to, when I get to visit Yellowstone again.
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Find out more about the camera (and all my other stuff) under the “My Gear” link at the top of the site.
Here’s a quick link to the page with the Corina camera