We all have our problems, big as small. We find ourselves in situations where things is hectic, or slow phased. No matter what happens, make sure to have something to enjoy. There's is nothing worse than having nothing to do, to feel restless.
We often find things we want, but won't quite have enough to get it. We often have things that we would like to do, but don't have what it takes for that extra step. There is only one solution to this, dare to challenge yourself, go for it and reach.
After a whole day of shooting I decided on my way home to check the old broken pier. At first glance I got nothing, this is now 30 mins before sunset, but a gut feeling tells me to stick around. Not only did the sky turn out nice, I also had company from two swans who graciously enriched my shot with their presence, a bit blurry but nevertheless very nice. It's here when the coffee turns out a bit extra tasty as well, good times!
It was a beautiful morning. Birds singing, waking up the woods. Leaf falling, showing the new season approaching. All of a sudden it's all quiet, not even the wind can be heard. A gentle breeze sweeps across my face, leaving the scent of nature at the tip of my nose for a while. I place my gear on the floor, pouring myself a cop of coffee. It's chilly outside and I warm my hands on the cup, smoke coming up from the coffe. I look up and hear birds and animals raises the volume once again as the sun cracks through the crowns of the trees, breaking light
Water never stops moving around. Even when it's still, it's not completely. Frozen, falling, dripping from the roof. It's alive and will never die. Before us it was already here, after us it will keep flowing. Water, truly is, endless.
Photo information BW 10 stop, levels Photograph taken: Sweden/Karlshamn