Through photography, I’ve found a deep passion and curiousness for our beautiful nature. Three years ago I damaged my back while working. This changed a lot of things in my life, most activities I couldn’t do anymore and I needed to change my career. And then I bought a camera – nature photography started out as therapy for me but quickly turned into something else.
Ever since I was a child I have enjoyed spending time in deep in forests, and I’ve been of the creative character. Somehow I have found the perfect balance for me, I can be creative in taking nature photos. For me the most important thing about photography is to show that there is natural beauty in everything, everyone experiences an image in different ways and that’s the beauty of it. I’m trying to show my own mood combined with nature’s mood in my photography. There are millions of small details in the beautiful forests and countryside that I’ve seen through the lens, things I never thought of before. And those details and feelings that I see I want the viewer to experience in my photo series.
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Love of nature
With this shot, I was trying to show my gratitude towards nature in both funny and serious ways.
I was walking along this river on the first day of snow when I found this little red cabin in the woods. Luckily, the sun was setting right behind it.
In this shot I wanted the viewer to experience the feeling that I felt standing by the road like they could touch the snowflakes. I set the focus at 5 feet and the shutter speed at 1/1000 to bring out the snowflakes.
I often like to work with selective color, or splashing. This way I try to make objects pop out and create a certain calm to the beautiful landscape. This shot is taken while it’s raining.
This is taken just when the morning light pierces through the trees and every little spiderweb gets illuminated.
Late evening at one of my favorite spots. A goose family has settled for the night.
This old shed is a favorite of mine, I’ve taken shots of it in different weather and seasons. I love the rusty roof and the patina of the walls, for me there’s both something sad and beautiful with old buildings.
Lost and found
Boat trip ahead
Anyone who built these boats as a child?
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