A little forest of stonecrop by the water. The shots taken with the Raynox DCR-250 were done with a Nikon D3200 and a Nikon 70-300mm/4.5-5.6 lens. The Raynox just about fits on it.
People expecting a cruise ferry to Finland who get on the wrong boat will be surprised by the lack of tango and pickled herring buffet.
I rarely - make that practically never - buy photo books. Sure, they have some nice pictures in them - but nice pictures are a dime a dozen and the material quite simply lacks staying power.
When I saw Tanja Brandt's photos on Facebook, though, I placed an order for two of her books. The photos of the friendship between a little owl and a dog were just magic.
Someone knitted a "kiss stop" as opposed to a "bus stop" (busshållplats).
A colony of sedum album (white stonecrop) near Berggården.
Can't afford a GoPro helmet mount for your 360 camera? There's a cheaper solution for that. The downside is that you risk getting an M8 screw clean through your skull if you crash, but if you use GhettoPro 360 you weren't using your brain anyway.
Kitchen orchid outdoes itself again.
Some partial crop circles, but mostly crop lines.
Walking around after a BBQ.
The sunsets (especially the hazy summer ones) are amazing from here.
I have many times wished I had my laptop with me for writing longer emails. While I like compact cellphones, sometimes I really wish for a proper keyboard. But hauling a laptop around - even the small 10-inch laptop I have - is a bit of a bother. So I decided to try this foldable, super-compact bluetooth keyboard and see if it plus my cellphone could be some kind of in-between step between only carrying a cellphone and carrying a laptop.
High up on the Swiss alps, you'll find... a camel?