This one got nothing to do with Stephen King’s book of the same name, this is the Goose Tower in Vordingborg. I just liked the titel.
It’s not autumn yet here in Denmark, but it sure feels like it.
I hope that I’ll get the chance to visit Iceland again some day. A true paradise for any landscape photographer.
The statue of Absalon, the warrior-bishop the founder of Copenhagen.
Post no. 7 and the last of my infrared spree. Livestock really pops, when you’re shooting infrared.
Infrared post no. 6. This time in color, just to show that, that works to in some occasions. Best with green leaves and a lot of sun.
Infrared post no. 5 A Danish landscape.
Infrared post no. 4. Made this one on a trip to Sweden, earlier this year.
Infrared post no. 3
Good night, G.A. Romero, I hope there are a lot of friendly zombies where you are now.
Well sometimes you just gotta act as a model for your own photos. I first made a photo without me in it, but thought something was missing.
Two times snowy mountains from Iceland. Exif photo no. 1 Exif photo no. 2
Got this one right between sunset and the blue hour.
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.
I been out shooting the setting sun, and was on my way back when I saw this forklift. I really liked that it was only the rear of it that was illuminated by the outside light.
Made this one on a night out what two photo friends from the photo-group I’m a member off.
There is nothing better than spending an early morning out in a forest, and it only get’s better when you’re treated with some nice sun light through some morning mist. EXIF photo 01 EXIF photo 02