Tag Archives: nature

Pictures of the day: Mother and child

I was out in the nearby woods here in Northern Norway today, and came over this little fellow. A roe deer that was sitting in the fields.

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After a little while a couple of small ears emerged , and I realised that this was a little young one.

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And after a little while observing them. They went on their way in the nice settling sun.

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Nature at its very best ūüôā

 

-Ray

 

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Picture of the day: An the shore

It is sunny, beautiful and nice day here in Northern Norway. Have been out and about, and enjoyed the nature. Felt like sharing a little seaside image in the drama of back and white.

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-Ray

A kind of postcard ….

Todays image is of¬† my hometowns pride and joy , the mountain Torghatten, the mountain that I have depicted so many times before. But of some reason still stands resolute (it is a mountain)… and I still feel there are a lot more images to be shot of it. It is a bright and sunny day today, and I felt like sharing this one from earlier today.

 

-Ray

Picture of the day : Deer me

This is one from the archive. Shot outside my parents hometown on the¬†western part of Norway about a year ago. Unlike¬†in my hometown where¬†elk (moose) and venison are plentiful.¬†There are deer that are the name of¬†“game”¬†on those parts of¬†¬†Norway. I think they look quite stunning.

-Ray

Picture of the day: If your pictures is not good enough, you are not close enough (MACRO)

It is a nice spring day here in northern Norway, and I felt like venturing out doing some macro shots of the forest that are coming alive. So like the old master Robert Capa said,  pictures is about getting close, and MACRO shots is all about that. Image of the day  is of a little top of a flower, showing it self of. It is shot in the middle of the day, and if you are wondering about the black background is because I used a flash to make the background go away.

-Ray

Picture of the day: A little piece of middle ages history

I am still on the west coast of Norway visiting my parents, and of course I have to venture out trying to get some shots. Mybe the most spectacular pieces of history around these parts is this old wooden church (Holdhus gamle kirke), that dates all the way back to 1306. Still looks impressive after all these years.

-Ray