Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep in the night.
William Blake

A morning walk, what a lovely way to start the day and this week! 

Yesterday I started the day by taking an hour-long walk. The light was so beautiful and it was warm. Unusually warm for the season!
I only had my iPhone with me but in my mind the camera produces good quality photos. Not as good as my DSLR but good enough.

Below you can view more photos from the morning!

Wishing you a wonderful weekend

This past summer has been amazing! The older I get the more I love the warm weather. I can’t remember that I been on the beach swimming and enjoying the sun as much as I’ve done this summer! As a child I didn’t enjoy being in the water because I wasn’t a good swimmer. But now when I’m older and more experienced swimmer I love being in the water!

But the water temperature isn’t suited for swimming now in the middle of October. It’s barely 5C and the wind is cold today.

But it’s Friday and I looking forward to the weekend! Spending time with my family, photography and maybe a workout! 🙂


This is a selection of panoramas from my portfolio. I love to make these wide photos! But they aren’t easy to make. My process is the same as when I’m making a “regular” photo. I’m thinking about composition, the light and what to include. And also what not to include.

Which one of the panorama above is your favorite?

Grey sky

The aurora Borealis danced on the sky last night. Today the trees are dancing in the wind and the rain.

Autumn feelings

Imagine that you lying on a slope surrounded by old grass and flowers. They have become brown and dry after the hot summer. You’re wearing warm clothes and a warm and comfortable hat that keeps you warm. The grass swings back and forth with the wind.
You are looking up and are dazzled by the sun as it’s sinking behind the horizon.

I’m longing for such moments like these! Are you?

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