Grönfjäll on fire

Celebrated Christmas in our mountain cabin with the family. My sister and I took a trip with the car on Christmas Eve in the snowstorm. And on the way home we stopped to see the sun go down.



I’ve just uploaded today’s wedding photos in my to digital archive. It is tough but it’s so much fun to photograph weddings! I consider it an honor to be around two people on their day. Filled with love and laughter!
Photos from the wedding might show up in my blog when I have delivered the images to the wedding couple.

The photo above is my 11-11-11  image. Photographed with Nikon D3, 35/2.0, at ISO 400

Have a great weekend!

Sunset over lake Borkan

This is an old photo. I can’t find my notes and I don’t remember what year I took the photo. The lake is called lake Borkan. To the left you see a part of the mountain Borkan and in the middle Daevnie. To the right you see some of the mount Kittelfjäll.

Back then I used slide film. I believe I used a Nikon F5 on a tripod with 50/1.8 and Velvia 50.

I remember it was cold. My fingers ached and it was windy.

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.

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