To climb or not to climb

I wonder how animals think. Do they think in words or in pictures or perhaps in feelings..?​

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Pink pines

Playing around with my full spectrum converted camera and a 590nm filter. But I think I prefer original green color of the pines…​

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Warm my soul

I went out quite early to be ready when the sun began its rise above the horizon. Despite the cold, the color of the sky warmed my soul. I need more moments like this…

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Bokehlicious

It’s old news that I like these kind of shots, so here’s another one. Taken on a business trip to Stockholm.​

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Nasty mushroom

 
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Portrait of a cool guy

I just thought that this guy looked so cool. I love his hair. So cool! I hoped that he wouldn’t see me taking his picture, but it seems he did…​

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Reflection of a morning

 
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Pink morning

This photo was taken with a 720nm filter on the lens. To allow enough light in, the exposure time is 58 seconds. The long exposure gave the water a rather smooth surface which I like.

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Alone with the morning lights

Alone. A morning in October. The rising sun. A bridge over the river. A camera. A tripod. A thermos with hot coffee. Some cars passing by in the morning light.

I really like moments like this…

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Alone with the morning lights
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Evening bokeh

I’m not sure why, but I kinda like these bokeh shots. Especially if there is some water to reflect the light in. Maybe it’s because it leaves something to your imagination. I don’t know…

This one is captured in the Swedish capital.

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