This shot is taken with a little pocket camera a few years before I bought my first DSLR. When we traveled along the coast on Sri Lanka we saw these fishermen sitting on these poles a few meters out in the water. It didn’t look comfortable at all…
I’m not sure why, but someone apparently thought it was a good idea to hang shells and stuff in this old tree. And I have to admit, even though I think it’s a bit too much, it makes it look a bit more interesting.
It wasn’t as warm as it might appear. It was actually quite windy and cold. The view of the horizon was nice though. For this shot however, I turned my back to the sea and faced the grass covered dunes.
When in a new city, I enjoy walking around at random, almost getting lost and taking lots of photos. I’m glad I brought my tripod that evening in Gothenburg. I really like taking these shots, but it’s almost even more fun to post-process them.
I’ve lost count on how many photos I’ve taken of the sunset in Nai Yang. I think this one is pretty cool where you can see the beams of the sun reaching up towards the sky, while the sun has already passed the horizon.
I was on a business trip to Gothenburg in the end of summer. After a long day at work I felt like taking a walk in the city. I found this hill with a nice view of the city. It was quite sunny but also rather windy, so I spent an hour or so watching the clouds crossing the sky.
We spent a few days in the family cottage. One of the evenings the sky was pretty nice so I figured I’d go out to take some sunset shots. I was not alone on the mountain though. It was me and about 2 billion mosquitoes…
One early October morning I set out to capture the morning sun over the river. I did capture the stilless of the water in the morning light as planned. But I also turned around and captured the speeding cars in the light of dawn.
The tide was pretty evident on Coconut Beach and during low tide it was quite far to the water from the sunbeds. If my memory serves me right, the sand was a bit more white than it seems in this picture. But the sky was as blue and the water as turquoise.