A line of lights. Shot with Nikon 35mm f/1.8 DX on FX, f/1.8 and 1/6s, handheld at ISO 100. Would not have been able to get this level of shadow detail and dynamic range with any other lens tha I have.
Man tager vad man haver, you take what you've got, as Kajsa Warg said. I wanted something for my Nikon D600 that was wider than my 50mm, but not as wide as my 15mm, fast, but not heavy.
...and when it snows it pours, too.
This is not a photoshop and not a trick shot. Can you see what's weird with this photo? A clue: the sun is in the upper left corner.
Five years since last jubilee, and everything if five years better!
A couple of autumn days walking around the area around Barnhusbron.
Also known as St. Mary's basilica, and is right in the center of Old-Town Krakow.
The town church.
The Sokolski Monastery sits on the mountain slopes above Gabrovo. Originally a small church when it was founded in 1833, it was expanded into a monastery by 1834. During the April Uprising the Gabrovo section of the insurgents assembled here before fighting in Kravenik and Novo Selo (close to Veliko Tarnovo). The section was destroyed by the Turks. During the subsequent Russo-Turkish War in which Bulgaria did win its freedom, the monastery was a field hospital for a brief period.
A walk from Husby Gård to Akalla.
The distribution transformers have been used as a canvas for artists.
Back from COVID, bigger and better!
A view of the city from its south-east corner.
Looks like a 3D-wireframe.
The vines turn red.
The school may be closed, but the monster lives on.