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Forest glow

Last Sunday My husband and I was out walking with some friends in the forest. I had my camera over my shoulder as usual. Taking photos and spend time with friends normally isn’t a very good idea, I spend much more time talking to my companions than watching my surroundings for items to “shoot”. But at one point I found a beam of light from the sun finding its way between the tree logs and hit a yellow leaf lying in the grass like a glowing jewel.

Wow, how I love to find such treasures.

Lysende blad

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Viola tricolor

Summer is moving closer. I love when all the colorful summer flowers shows up in my environment. Here’s a little beauty for you!

Natt og dag

Flowers

Winter is still on, so I have to have a winter break on my page. I bring you flowers!

Forglemegei

I must have flowers, always, always…

–Monet–

Goodbye January

Today is the last day of January and I have already started waiting for spring to arrive. Outside it is snowing heavily and there are no signs for spring what so ever….The whole world is monochrome grayish…oh I long for something green…..

Hengende blader

Decay

On one of my walks by the sea there is a little red cabin. It is not any architectural treasure, it has been standing there for some years and nobody has cared for it in any way. But decay can sometimes be beautiful and the shades of red in the painted layers makes a beautiful pattern together with the little window on the right.

Hus i forfall

Color hunting

Winter in Norway can be somewhat colorless because the days are quite short (the sun is up just a few hours) and the weather can be quite grey. The snow are covering up potential targets for a macro photographer. But sometimes if you take your time to observe your surroundings you can find something unexpected.

Kjuke m dråpe
Droplet hanging from a sort of fungus on a tree log
Eple
We passed through a garden of apple trees, some apples still looked fresh

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