After the tide

After the tide - 02

Seaweed on a banister, after a tide.

It happens, twice a day, in Brittany. July 2010. a_

Another day in Århus botanical garden

botanisk væksthusene

Sometimes, I return in the Århus Botanisk Væksthusene for a short photo session (like told in anoter post). It’s relaxing. Nothing special, nothing exceptional… just relaxing.

I’ve chosen these photos to “celebrate” the Micro Nikkor 105mm f2.8 AF, sold few months ago for the longer Sigma 150mm, coupled with the Metz ringflash on my . . . → Read More: Another day in Århus botanical garden

Sigurd runestone tells a saga


D700 at 200ISO, 16mm f2.8 AF, f5.6, 1/100sec, bias 0EV

“Otter was one of Rodmar’s three sons. When he fished for salmon, he took on the shape of an otter. On one such occasion, the Æsir Loki, Hörnir and Odin happened by on their way to Rodmar’s house where they planned to . . . → Read More: Sigurd runestone tells a saga

old watches


Last sunday in Århus’ “Den gamle by” (the old town). Watches’ mechanisms, from 19th century.

D700 at 1600ISO, 50mm f1.4, f2.8, 1/60sec, bias -1 1/3EV

D700 at 1600ISO, 60mm f2.8 Micro, f4, 1/40sec, bias -1EV

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abstract ice

contrasted pattern

Another winter subject, the last before resuming oldest photos. Last Valentine’s day, one of the few sunny days in the last months.

Sunny, cold, with the “normal” frozen sea. Ideal weather to play with colors (warm, like every winter day) and light. Poised on ice, being careful not to fall down, exploring the surface looking . . . → Read More: abstract ice