Tag Archives: Nikkor 18-200mm f:3.5-5.6

Tombstones

Aperture: ƒ/5.3Camera: NIKON D300Taken: 7 June, 2009Focal length: 95mmISO: 200Shutter speed: 1/125s

Casablanca Panorama

Time for a little panorama photo. Made this one from the roof of the hotel I was staying in, when I was in Morocco back in 2009. As far as I remember, it’s a stitch made from 3 or 4 Read more …

India like Denmark

I saw these two photo’s laying next to each other in my folder, and thought it’s a little funny how – with a quick glance – they look and feel alike, although they are made with a time cap of Read more …

The lady and the tramp

I really like this photo, but the shadow is a bit to dominant. I don’t mind the lower part of it so much, but the top really ruins a lot of the feel of the photo, mostly because of the Read more …

The white cars

These white “limos” where lined up at the government buildings in New Dehil, India. I found out that it was because they are the official governmental vehicle.

The pigeon

Found this old photo, from a trip to India back in 2009, I don’t remember where I made it, but I think it was in New Delhi. Do you know?

Opera panorama

An old – it’s from 2009 – panoramic photo of the opera house here in Copenhagen. It’s a stitch of two photos.

Man reading a newspaper

Caught this one back in 2009, when I was on a one week trip to Washington D.C. Don’t really know where in the city this is. But maybe there are some locals following along who can tell me.

The compact cassette repair man

I like that in the third world countries you fix everything, things really have to broken before you throw them out and buy something new. A mentality we here in the west really could and should learn from. Here it’s Read more …

Friday mosque tower

Here’s an old one from my trip to India back in 2009, it’s one of the towers on the Friday Mosque in New Delhi.

A Friday prayer

Here’s a perfect example of why I never delete any of my photo’s – bad or worse – and luckily it has been like that from the start. This photo is from a trip I made to India back in Read more …

Siham Internet

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: NIKON D300Taken: 29 October, 2009Focal length: 200mmISO: 200Shutter speed: 1/500s

On His Back

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: NIKON D300Taken: 2 April, 2009Focal length: 200mmISO: 800Shutter speed: 1/6s

Man in a White Helmet

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: NIKON D300Taken: 2 April, 2009Focal length: 200mmISO: 1250Shutter speed: 1/60s

Small Tower in New Delhi, India

Aperture: ƒ/8Camera: NIKON D300Taken: 31 March, 2009Focal length: 18mmISO: 200Shutter speed: 1/500s

A Bangkok Market

Made at some market in Bangkok, on my very first visit to Thailand. I do not remember the name nor the location of this market. It’s simply to long ago. What I can tell you, is that is a stitch Read more …

Come Here Little Puppy

Made in some back alley in Bangkok, Thailand. Cropped it quiet a bit to get in close on the man and dog.

A Surfer’s Sunset

Aperture: ƒ/6Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 20 July, 2008Focal length: 135mmISO: 200Shutter speed: 1/40s

Break

Aperture: ƒ/8Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 14 September, 2008Focal length: 200mmISO: 200Shutter speed: 1/100s

Buddhas

Aperture: ƒ/5.6Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 27 July, 2008Focal length: 200mmISO: 400Shutter speed: 1/320s

2008.07.22 08:18:29

Aperture: ƒ/6Camera: NIKON D70sTaken: 22 July, 2008Focal length: 175mmISO: 400Shutter speed: 1/60s

Holger Danske

Here we have the guy who will wake up at defend the Danes against an attacking enemy or that’s the way the legend goes anyway. By the way he sleep’s beneath this castle if you are planing an attack you should Read more …

Small Boy of Faith and Surprises

I never considered myself to be biased, but in some situations I just can’t help myself, and start to make my own expectations on how or what a certain person must be like. And because of that get a little surprised when the Read more …

A Prayer in Wat Pho

I was in Bangkok, Thailand, here I went to see the Grand Palace and Wat Pho (aka Temple of the Reclining Buddha) or you may call it Wat Phra Chettuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Ratchaworamahawihan, which is it official Thai name. Walking around the temple ground Read more …

Sharam

When we visited India in 2009, our first destination was Jaipur – popularly known as the Pink City – the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan, the city’s population is a little over 3.2 million people. It Read more …

Vietnam Memorial Wall

The Vietnam war memorial wall in Washington DC, is a very impressive and thought-provoking work, it holds all the names of U.S. soldiers who died during the war (58,159). But it made me think about how many Vietnamese died in Read more …

Go, going, gone

This photo was made in Washington DC’s subway, as I stood there and waited for my train to arrive, I decided to shoot some photos of the arriving trains to kill time. It is a lucky shot, cause you are Read more …