After nearly a month without an internet connection I\’ve finally gained acces to the outside world again.
A lot has happened over the last weeks. My girlfriend and I have moved to the very nothern part of Denmark. Away from Aalborg to Hjoerring. We live about 10 kilometers (that\’s about 6 miles) from the sea, which has an immense effect on the weather and light. Let\’s see if that shows in my photos 🙂
This shot was taken on a trip to the sea on a freezing day. A pretty nice 22 degree halo.
Another wave crashing shot taken yesterday. Those waves really made some noise.
This is the sight that met me today when I got off work. It had been a hot and stuffy day inside so I decided to take a drive to the ocean. The spice things a storm has hit this part of denmark the last couple of days so I really got some fresh air.
A hard edited cloud. That’s it! Fall is drawing closer, and things are definitely cooling down.
Yet another beach shot at night time. Nothing more to say
Just your basic sunset-shot. I\’ve been experimenting a lot with shutter speeds and movement lately. Amazing the weird effects you can pull off.
Despite having had a DSLR for over a year, I\’ve only just discovered the zoom effect. Man it\’s so much fun 🙂
This one is a shot symbolising a better tomorrow (sigh, the things I write)
Not my normal kind of image, but when I saw this one one my computer screen it immediately made me think of the cover to Beth Orton\’s album Trailer Park.
I must be that light.
I was trying to shot some drop pictures when I took this one by mistake. I would have focused on some drop nearer the camera but had forgotten to turn of manual focusing. The drops apparently turned into all of these cirles. Works for me
In Denmark there\’s a long and proud tradition for making beer bottles as unattractive as possible. Most are made from dark green og brown glass. The bottles still can look beautiful from time to time. Like in a sunset 🙂
Sometimes a git a bit carried away when editing shot. It\’s rare that I have a fixed idea about how I want a shot to turn out. And when I do it still turns out pretty different most of the time. This is a good example of me playing around with a not-so-good shot and editing a bit over the top. (I still kinda like it:) )
My trumpet lying on the roof really caught some reflections in the sunlight. And cast some deep shadows.
At last spring is here (I hear snow is gonna be here tomorrow)
A small Sundog or Bisol (danish).
Wanted to catch a lens-flare with a pretty cheap camera. I think it turned out pretty OK
Walking by the ocean on a dark winter-day.
Suddenly the sun breaks through in the horizon just as it is about to set; spraying a palette of yellow and orange.