A beautiful fall evening at the Spornes boulder beach.
At the nearby lake Assev lies a hidden world!
Mer urbex! Dette huset var dessverre så vandalisert at jeg bestemte meg for å konsentrere meg kun om detaljer — som fantastiske rustne vindushasper.
Returning to the cemetery to look for flowers, more specifically the yellow anemones and their friends, the filled wood anemones.
The yellow Anemone ranunculoides are special for an area near where I live. I brought my Lensbaby macro converters to photograph them.
When the trees are blooming, spring is definitely around the corner!
A few but important signs of spring from my local surroundings — highly anticipated by northerners like myself..!
From a visit to Himmelbjerget, long claimed to be Denmark’s tallest «mountain».
Some spring flowers have a greater appeal than others, and Hepatica nobilis is definitely among those.
Outside the southernmost city of Norway, secluded under steep mountain sides, lies a beautiful natural park area called Ravnedalen – the valley of ravens, translated.
Rusty and decayed impressions from what probably once was a small grocery store, now abandoned.
I spend quite a bit of time taking pictures of abandoned houses, buildings, and other man-made constructions. This is from day 1 of a weekend in Sweden.