Photo – Nature – Everyday Life




The snow keeps falling, there are no sign of spring yet. So while I am waiting for spring to arrive I tried photographing some snowflakes.  🙂

Snøflak 1Snøflak 2Snøflak 4



Underneath the beautiful snow lies the secret of spring, the secret of life.

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


I must have flowers, always, always…


Snowy sunday – again

The snow keeps falling and falling, I wonder will it ever stop? How long will it be before I can take macro-shots of flowers again? I am patiently waiting for spring to arrive, though I must admit it is a bit early for spring in February. But soon it will be March and March gives hope 🙂

I bring you a little flower from last summer, the arctic starflower.


Black and white

Winter is still going strong and it is snowing almost every day now. The whole world outside is just black and white. Will it ever be spring?

Fern B&W

Sunny afternoon

Finally the sun showed up. I went out in the afternoon before the sun was about to set, to see if I could find some little treasures in the forest. The sun showed me a little diamond as I passed by a little bush. And as I love cones from the alder tree I had to take some photo´s when I found a little branch with alder cones in the snow.

Hopefully there will be more sunny days in February.

Frossen dråpe på kvistOr kongler

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

Juniper and pine

During winter spruce, juniper and pine are still green and can be nice targets for some macro photography.

Juniper droplet
Juniper with droplet


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Frosty pine needle

The photos are from two different days this January. Juniper with droplet are from new years day, a rather warm winters day were the snow was about to melt. The frosty pine needle was captured this week were the temperature was about -3 Celsius and the sun was rising.

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
We passed through a garden of apple trees, some apples still looked fresh

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