A small frozen lake in the dunes – and and contrasting cool blue and warm yellow colors…
Danish West Coast. Near Vejers.
Late March 2013.
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We will get much closer to some ice-cold details, that can be found walking in the great landscapes along the Danish West Coast near Vejers Beach………
The Danish West Coast is one of very few places in tiny Denmark, where open spaces are large and the landscape desolate and sparsely inhabited.
Every time I set north from Vejers against Henne, I always have to stop and enjoy this piece of wildness.
And every time I imagine, that I have arrived to the moon ……..
I spent some days arond Easter along the Danish West Coast.
As some of you know I often go there – and have been doing that for over 50 years.
It is long since I’ve seen snow here. Further east in Denmark, there has been much snow in a long time, but here was obviously only small amounts.
But the cold and the wind was strong –
A winter walk can bring both white and cold experiences.
Which do you find is best?
Meanderer asked me to take up the challenge of finding and shooting the most interesting patterns in the landscape. -
Maybe there are more interesting things to be found in the winter landscape???….?
A winter walk can bring both white and cold experiences – and also a (red) surprise
Meanderer asked me to take up the challenge of finding and shooting the most interesting patterns in the landscape….
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This is a view over the vast savannah near Ngorongoro in Tanzania.
A beautiful and magnificent landscape, but at the same time it also illustrates how small people and animals are:
Look to the left and you will find two Maasai herders moving in a fast trot. I followed them for some time, they were apparently on their way without their cattle. On
A baboon keeps us closely under surveillance – near Lake Manyara, Tanzania.
I am still not satisfied with with the sharpness and quality of the photos, I try to show here on the blog. That’s why I periodically have put a note both in the sidebar and under my photos. I can not understand, why sharp originals must look so bad. And why do they look
On the crater of Ngorongoro. The weather was a bit hazy and the view limited over the enormous crater.
On the other hand, there were amazing experiences down there of the many wild animals:
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This is one of the many magic sceneries I experienced at my 5 days safari in Tanzania earlier this year.
I think this tree must be feeling alone here in the middle of
nowhere the the endless, vast and beautiful savannah in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
The savannah in Tanzania is a great nature experience. The wildlife is incredibly exciting – and the scenery is unforgettable beautiful and magnificent. One of the most characteristic features of the savannah are the acacia trees.
My following photos the next days show other examples of this unique tree.
Here’s another of the common and amazing trees of Tanzania: Acacia. Its special and beautiful growth form can be seen everywhere on the vast plains of the country.
Here in Denmark this winter has arrived with short and dark days – and frost, snow and icecold winds….
So why not start dreaming of warmer and more pleasant places?
Let’s go to Africa!:
May I present a very special and beautiful tree: The baobab tree.
Baobab is definitely one of my favorite trees!
I was lucky to be two weeks in Tanzania this year,
How is colors used for composing photos? – That is what Scott Thomas is asking in his latest Assignment, “Color Composition”. To investigate this, I have first been back in photos, I have already shown here on the blog. Secondly looked in the autumn photos I have taken recently – many of these have been posted here up to now – but today’s have not. Finally I have