Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Day Without a Photo, is Like a Day Without Sunshine

Just wanna wish you all a happy new year, and say thank you for dropping by my blog, and for all the comments you gave me this year. May 2013 bring you a lot of cool and funny photo adventures. Read more …

One Above and One Below

Here’s another one from the morning after My all nighter on The Faroe Islands. In the original I had the whole mountain above the houses, but I didn’t have it in the reflection, so I decided to crop the photo Read more …

Hunger Strike

This little girl was running around the restaurant I was eating at, She was very curious about who I was and what I was eating. Later when she got her own food and I was finish with mine, the roles Read more …

Pelican Dive

One of the rare occasions where I used My Nikkor 70-300mm f4.0-5.6 lens, a really crappy lens, I had to make at least 7 or 8 photos of the same object to be sure one of them where in focus. Read more …

One of the Daily Prayers

I can’t remember where this photo was made, but it looks a lot like a Mosque, and the only Mosque I visited in Istanbul was the Blue Mosque, So I guess it has to be the one, but I’m not sure. What Read more …

In the Shade of the Evening Light

It’s gonna be a quicky today, because I have to help My father with his computer setup and his photo back-up system. What do you use for/as back-up?

Mind Your Own Business

A little late posting today, cause we celebrated Christmas today (the 25th, normally you do it on the 24th) , and I sort of  lost track of time with all the good food and handing round presents. This is my Read more …

All I Want for Christmas is Six Feet of Snow

I just wanna wish you all a merry Christmas, I hope you get all the photo gear you can carry. NB: this is photo number 800 here on the blog.

She Was On Her Way, When She Got the Call

Sometimes when I’m traveling, I give myself these small challenges, like with this photo from Tokyo, that evening I only brought my 50mm with me. I do it because it makes me think differently and be creative with what I got and not Read more …

Bicycle Repair Man

Do you like Monty Python? I sure do, and the title of the photo is an homage to Monty Python’s Flying Circus, the series that started it all, back in the late 60’s And here’s the sketch

So The World Didn’t End

This is what it might have looked like if the world had ended today. Some huge firestorm rolling over the earth from east to west. luckily it didn’t and this is just a plain and simple sunset one winters day in 2010.

Heading Home for Christmas

Well, this one was actually made in March, 2011 and nowhere near Christmas, I’m just a bit of a Christmas mood at the moment, just bought the last gifts today, which always makes me happy knowing the Christmas gift race Read more …

Put ‘n’ Take

I don’t know if you use the same word for it in English, but this is a lake where you put in fish and feed them, and then people come here – after paying a fee – to fish, hence Read more …

Follow the Grey Concrete Road

It was a very grey and cloudy day, when I made this photo. I tried to capture that mood, by desaturating the photo quiet a bit, and then adding a bit of fog at the end of the road.

Museumsquartier in Vienna

On one of my last days in Vienna, I went on an evening walk through the Museumsquartier (it’s German and means Museum Quarter) to make some photos there, and this is one of them.

Temple of the Mountains

Temple of the Mountains (or Wat Phnom in Khmer)  is a Buddhist wat (temple) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It was built-in 1373, and with its 27 metres, it’s the tallest religious building in the city.

Where I Lay My Head, is My Home

I was on My way to catch some sunrise, one early morning in Singapore, when I came by this sleepy fella, and of course I couldn’t resist making a photo of him. I made the photo with My Olympus OM-D, Read more …

The Crane

One of the first photos I made with My Nikon D800, It’s not the best one, but I kind of like the blueish tone it got. All post processing done in Lightroom.

124, Please. Just a Minute, Sir

And that’s exactly have long it takes to go from the ground level to floor 124 (the highest floor you can get to, as a tourist) in Burj Khalifa – 1. minute.

View Off an Island

I made a short behind the scenes video for this photo. Enjoy.

The Owner of Angkor Wat

Here’s a tip for you, if you are going to Angkor Wat, and your going to see the sunrise (at around 6AM), then remember to stay there after the sun has risen, because many of the “tourists” go back for Read more …

A View of Kansas City

I haven’t posted (or made) that many panoramas lately, so here’s one of the view you get of Kansas City when your standing at National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial. It’s a HDR made from 4×5 RAW exposures.

Lago di Carezza

This is Lago di Carezza(Lake Carezza in English) in south Tyrol, where I spend almost 2 hours this summer, waiting for the lake to get nice and calm, so I could get the perfect reflection, and it just got better that Read more …

Just Passing Time

This is the E47 highway bridge, located not that far from where I live.

Horseshoe Bend

I had never seen Horseshoe Bend before, and My first visit there was an early morning right before sunrise, and I must say what a sight. I was the only one there, and that place with almost no sounds around Read more …

Is He Gonna Show, She Asked

At first I was kind of not happy with the way I made this photo, I wished I had moved a bit more to the right, so the escalator would go straight down the center of the image. But after Read more …

The Old Tree

Here’s a before and after comparison for you. [wpw_ba_viewer width=”auto” ] [wpw_ba_img src=”” alt=””] [/wpw_ba_viewer] (pull the slider to switch between the before and after photo)

We Are the Kids of Cambodia

Today Reuters released list of 95 photos that they think are the best of 2012. What’s your best photo from 2012? The one above is one of mine, I can’t find one photo that I think is My best of Read more …

Trees are Reflected

Here’s a photo I made yesterday, while I was out testing my new Nikkor 80-200mm f2.8 lens. I finally bought me a tele lens, I have had the Nikkor 70-300mm for a while now, but never really been happy with Read more …