“Know what you want to do, hold the thought firmly, and do every day what should be done, and every sunset will see you that much nearer to your goal”, by Elbert Hubbard.
Previously I mentioned that Nobiles published my guest blog for Nobiles. Nobiles is part of TMG, a Dutch media and publishing company that provides the newspapers Telegraaf and Sp!ts. A week ago Sp!ts contacted me about publishing my blog article in Sp!ts. The article appeared last Monday:
A sunny sunday morning. Macro photography. My favorite shot. Water drops on a leaf, accompanied by shadows and sun light.
Nobiles is a Dutch organization specialized in providing information for students, entrepreneurs, and professionals in areas such as careers and possible employers. In the beginning of 2012 they contacted me with the request to write a guest blog about my study in Sweden. Today they made it public, see the following link:
I did a morning shoot with fellow photographer Johannes Rousseau at lake Mälaren. This is one of my favorite shots.
The pro’s of doing photography in winter lie within the nice color contrasts because of the snow. The biggest con in this case was the temperature: -16 Celsius.
Leaves falling from the trees, the sun decides to set at 3 pm and darkness takes over. In other words, November in Sweden is upon us. Soon the Swedish nature will be covered with snow. So before the white powder tries to hide the beauty of Swedish autumn, I took some photos of November in Uppsala. My favorite one, this beautifull sunset.
“Färnebofjärden National Park is a unique natural complex that teems with life in a mosaic of special habitats. Riverside fens and meadows, floodplains and ancient forest provide the visitor with powerful experiences of nature”. Spending the night at one of the lakes of Färnebofjärden was definitively worth the two hours of walking.