Friday, September 23, 2016

September equinox

View From A Bridge Moose Calf Moose Höstdagjämningen took place yesterday. Also known as the September equinox. I stopped at the nature park Slätmossen in Handen for a few photos and a light lunch. I always shoot the view in the first photo because, you know, you have to really. After finishing my lunch I heard a noice so I looked around to see Mama Moose and her calf joining me in the park. Because I had decided to mostly shoot macro images I didn't have the zoom lens with me so I had to make do with the nifty fifty.

5 comments:

bill burke said...

It came out good with the 50mm. Better to take it with what you have than not to take it.

Lowell said...

Stefan, are you published? Have you had any showings of your photos? I was going through your Flicker material and I'm very impressed. You are one hell of a photographer...in fact, I'd say one of the best I've seen. I can see your photos collected in a coffee table book, called "A Taste of Sweden." I'd buy it and I think it would become a best-seller! Go for it, my friend!

Lasse Jansson said...

Japp, det stämmer. Den översta bilden visar en vy som man bara MÅSTE fota. Så är det bara. Härligt djup i bilden och njutbara färgtoner. Den stilla vattenspegeln tillför mycket för helhetsintrycket.

Jag imponeras över hur nära du måste varit älgarna. 50 mm är inte mycket att vifta med när man fotar vilda djur. Den halvstora kalven ser fin ut och har faktiskt bättre proportioner än de fullvuxna djuren som typ bara består av ben och en stor brun tunna med mule på...

RedPat said...

How magical to see the moose! Super pics!

William Kendall said...

Always a treat to get to see a moose!