Daily photos, portraits and stories from Haninge in Sweden.
beau montage, avec une preference pour la photo du printemps, surtout a cause des nuages
I'll take the one on the left. Please.
I like the way you combine images, and joint those whose preference is the left half of the photo.
I'll visit in summer
Amazing how there can be such a contrast. Like how you share here.
I think this water must be frozen, and you are standing in the middle to take the photo (or is there a bridge there)?
Spot on Margaret. It is indeed a bridge. This is one of my many projects. I have shot many photos from this exact spot. Have a look at this post to see them all in a fun slideshow.
Nice work combining the two images. I like winter as much as the next guy, but I choose the warmer scene.
It's an excellent study. Now, if only there were a way to depict this over decades to see if the climate is changing.
Another one of your terrific comparisons. I need to learn how to do it.
Oh, very clever and both pictures are lovely!
I'm sure you can figure out how to do it Jack. Just go back to a few favorite places and start shooting. Use the same lens, and if you need to check the exif data on previous photos to see what focal length you used. About the park: Several ponds have been dug here to collect the 300 million litre of surface water that pass by every year. The purpose being to clean the water in the old wetland. The water will then find it's way to the Baltic Sea via the Husby river. During the cold winters of the 1940ths peat was extracted from here to be used as fuel, which have made for an interesting landscape with a very rich fauna.
Love these comparisons Steffe, the differences in weather are so extreme it makes for an excellent image!
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