Annoyed cat

Yes, I know. A photo of a cat. But I like it. She tried to catch a squirrel which irritated her.


Two Common Terns together.

Nikon D3 with 600/4 ISO 1600 1/500 at f6,3

Close encounter

In early April I followed Kurt-Olof Edström to check out a capercaillie game.  The male capercaillie  is aggressive and attack everyone who comes into their playground at spring.

We went to the site on skiis and used our rods to keep the rooster at a safe distance. It beats with its wings and bits and that can be painful. So that’s nothing I wanted to experience 🙂

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I also would point out that we not tried to and wanted to hurt the capercaillie in any way.

The capercaillie is formidable at close quarters. And it was an experience I will not forget!

And finally some technique. I used Nikon D3 with 24/2,8 and 70-200/2,8

The light from above

The evening on May 8 was wonderful. No wind and the light was fantastic.

I got two hours with this light before the sun disappeared behind the mountain. It’s not often that you get to photograph such a light.

Did I mention that the light was fantastic? 🙂

Waterfall at sunset

A small water fall I photographed at sunset in early May. A week or so before the snow started melting in the mountains.

Nikon D3 with 70-200/2,8 ISO 200, 1/4s at f22.

Reach out

This evening I tested a new lens that came in the mail today. It’s a Tamron AF SP 28-75/2,8.
Great lens given what the lens costs.

I did a similar picture in the same location with my iPhone earlier this month. You’ll find it on the page “About the iPhone photos” or at my Posterous site.

A group of reindeers

I continue editing the images I made during the winter and spring. So there’s more to come.
The picture above is made in early April just outside my house.

Nikon D3, 70-200/2,8 ISO 400, 1/3200s at f4

Siberian Jay

On April 4 this year, I was out driving a snowmobile. Siberian jays showed up when I sat down to have a cup of coffee. There were four who sat around me.
Siberian Jays are quite fearless and with help of my last sandwich, they came even closer.

I used Nikon D3 with 70-200/2,8. 1/1000s at f2,8 ISO 200.

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