In the last days it was so great to think about these photos, that might not be so difficult to capture.
What you can see on the picture is a sunup in Sweden, on the beach. One difficulty could be to get to the beach, far away.
An other challenge to get up. If you want to have great pictures with sunup you have to get up 3-4, get to the location and press the button. If you get up at 3-4 setting your camera isn’t so easy…
There is a solution! What about not going to bed? Just wait until morning comes and make the picture. I found it as difficult as the first option. Unless you have some great parties until morning. Like this occasion. We were dancing till ~5 in the morning and went to the beach by bicycle to make these pictures.
The whole place, time and situation (going from a crazy loud party to the silent calm nature) expressed peace perfectly. Something I missed in the last weeks – till I was thinking about these pictures.
Here is our “beast” called Barka.
The easiest way to make a good dog photo is to ask it for some tricks. If the dog knows any. Or if you can ask / order.
Well, Barka is different so we used some basic ideas, like running, throwing balls. We have the pictures however everyone – including the dog – became dead tired before shooting all our ideas :)
A cute animal that can challenge cats as topics :)
Sometimes I start thinking whether I should upload the pictures. As they are showing an overshot topic. The first thing of all park visitors – when they see a squirrel – is to grab a camera. At one of these picture we were shooting 5-6 of us parallel. It was hilarious & strange. As soon as I realized I stop and left the place, I did not feel comfortable.
However I’ve decided to upload them so you can see, photographers react the same way having such topic :)
These pictures probably represents Kew Garden better.
Here you can enormous collection of exotic plants from all corners of our world. I definitely have no idea exactly what plants did I took pictures of, I was focusing the beauty of them. However I did recorded with a shot the nameplates of the plants so I can call their Latin names :)