Blue light, that moment after the sun has set but there is still light. Often the most beautiful moments.
After a whole day of rain, it is refreshing to walk in the nearest forest and just enjoy the nature slowly waking up after a long winter season. Finally it is spring.
Photo taken with a 50+ year old macro lens from Pentax ,attached to my favorite walkabout camera ,the Fujifilm Xpro1.
Fisherman, on very thin ice. Comtemplating the sound of silence. Finland, April 2017
Geese flying home after the winter. Finland, April 2017.
Spring is here, and with it Sun also has arrived in stronger and stronger form. Lovely as my own energy levels have been rather low lately due to darkness and work and now I feel more and more energetic and happier as well.
Spring has come once more to this far northern land. Everywhere green seems to be sprouting out and the nature is so alive now. We have also been enjoying a rather warm may in general, with temperatures climbing over +20C.
Forests are full of flowers and the sun rises earlier and earlier and sets later and later. Soon it will be light all around the clock.
Forests have mysteries hidden in them, more often than not. Here an abandoned house in the midst of woods.
All photos taken with the lovely Canon G5X.
Water is essential to us humans, and indeed to life itself on this blue orb that we call earth.
As spring has come, water is in its moving normal form once more after being all iced up. As a nature lover spring is a wonderful time to be outdoors, as leaves are springing out of trees, birds are singing everywhere and nature itself seems to be reborn after the harsh cold winter time.
Ultra busy start to the year so far. Already summer is looming and I have not yet been able to edit or go through all my photos that I have taken this year or the last year for that matter. Time is really not a thing I have too much of at the moment. Happily summer will be more free of timetables.
How many white-tailed deer do you see?