Tag Archives: Nikkor 24-70mm f:2.8

The black or the white wire

I’m amazed that this guy actually know what his is doing, or maybe his isn’t. But it sure as hell looks like he is.

Birds in a foggy harbour

Early spring last year, I was visiting my parents in the town I grew up in. And one morning I went out to get me some photos. It was a pretty foggy morning, which was really awesome. I went down Read more …

FOE from a mountain

It took my friend Brian and I, an hour to get up to this view-point on the Faroe Islands. And on the way up there I thought several times that I was going to die, but i didn’t and the Read more …

The last days of 2016

Hmm so this is the time to look back at what you have achieved through the year. And also to make a list of or show the one great photo you made this year. I’m not good a finding the Read more …

The bench and the fog

From an early morning in the town I grew up in. There is this famous – in Danish terms – area, where there used to be a castle in the very old days, now there’s only a tower and a Read more …

Two times Kronborg

Kronborg was also on my 8 defense buildings list. Here are two photo’s that didn’t make it to the final two, but I still like em, and of course I wont be cheating you for a look as well. Exif Read more …

The woman from the rice field

Yesterday I posted two photos of people working in rice fields in Cambodia. Well today you get a portrait of a woman, who works in one of those fields.

Planting rice

Two different photos of Cambodian people working in the rice field. EXIF on the black and white photo EXIF on the color photo

Sun through the trees at Åsen

I’ll never grow tired of photo’s like this one, I don’t quiet know what it is, but there is something super awesome about these sun behind trees photos. This one was made at a place called “Åsen” – good luck Read more …

Bike rider in Angkor Wat

I’m getting more and more found of using textures on my photos. This one is from Angkor Wat in Cambodia, when I was post processing the photo, I kept thinking that it need something extra, so I started playing around Read more …

New look

So I been work on a new look for my website/blog, for two month now, it just takes forever when your not a html,wordpress, php expert. But it’s finally up and running. There’s still a lot more to do, but I’m Read more …

In the heat of the day

On one of my many drives around the United Arab Emirates, I actually drove through Oman, I didn’t realise that before I got back home and started looking through my photo, and through the geotag info, found that I even Read more …

Lady in the Sun

I was on one of my many walks around Tokyo, when this lady came walking towards me, and I quickly grabbed my camera and made a photo of her.

A Very Long Engagement

This is by far the longest exposure I ever done, as you can see in the info below, the exposure was 428 seconds – that’s 7 minutes and 8 seconds – I used both of my ND filters, the lowest Read more …

Mountain, clouds and stars

One of the first photos I made on my trip to the Dolomites earlier this year.

At the lake

Still running around Tyrol, Austria, making photos, to-night I just made some amazing lightning photos, that I’m really looking forward to show you. But to kill time, here’s a photo I made in Cambodia one day when me and my Read more …

A Little Red Restaurant

There are many of these small improvised restaurants in Mexico, they normally only serve one kind of food, but that’s not a bad thing, course that one dish is likely to be a very well cooked ,tasty and cheap one. so if you’re Read more …

Where the water meanders along the wet stones

30 sec. exposure made with a ND400 filter on my 24-70mm lens.

Banana salesman

And the last photo in my little Mexican week, photo series. This one is from the town of Tomatlán, I drove here cause it’s the closest town  – 52km – to where I live, that has an ATM, and I was Read more …

Dos amigos

I just got little under a month left here in Mexico, so far it’s been a pleasure being here, the Mexican people are so nice and friendly, the only downside is, that I don’t speak Spanish – and only a Read more …