North and South Photoblog

Höstglöd

Posted in Alnarp, Fredrik Persson, Landscape, Skåne by Persson Fredrik on October 29, 2009

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Dagens bild är ett stort misslyckande, okej nu är jag lite hård. Men sanningen är att i går snackade jag och Uffe lite om att det började bli trist med alla höstbilder som ser lika ut. Ni vet varma höstfärger och solsken, så i gårkväll var jag inne på att dagens bild skulle bli något vått (och det regnade i går kväll). Men i morse sken solen, och det fortsatte den att göra hela dagen.

//Fredrik

Autumn leaves 2 / Höstlöv 2

Posted in Holmsund, Uffe Nordholm, Umeå, Västerbotten by uffenordholm on October 26, 2009
Autumn leaves / Höstlöv

Autumn leaves / Höstlöv

Höstslottet

Posted in Alnarp, Fredrik Persson, Landscape by Persson Fredrik on October 25, 2009
Slottet en grå dag...

Slottet en grå dag...

I dag var det mörkt och grått, precis som det har varit hela helgen. Men jag lyckades tvingade ut mig lite…

//Fredrik

Höstsluttning

Posted in Dalby, Fredrik Persson, Landscape, Skåne by Persson Fredrik on October 20, 2009

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//Fredrik

The eye, again….

Posted in Animals, Uffe Nordholm by uffenordholm on October 18, 2009
Horse.

Horse.

I do not know whether or not this is the same horse I have photographed earlier (http://fotoblogg.wordpress.com/2009/04/26/the-eye/). And I don’t really care: I find horses a pleasant object to photograph. At the same time, they can be rather frustrating: they tend to not stand still long enough for me to point my camera at them, focus, take care of teh exposure settings and get around to actually realesing the shutter.

This particular horse was quite interesting: s-/he was very curious, and before I even got close to his/her pen, s-/he was making it very obvious that I was interesting. I couldn’t stand within half a metre of the pen without having him/her poke his/her head over or under the fence trying to smell me, to nibble at my trouser legs or simply push me around a bit. And I could easily hold the horse steady, if I wanted to. Unfortunately, that left me with no hand to set the focus on my camera…

There were a number of other horses around for me to photograph, but this one was by far the most curious about me. Most of the others approached me when I stood next to the enclosure fence, and would interact with me.

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