Tag: photography

  • Move it! Move it!

    Move it! Move it!

    Last week’s a good opportunity for me to fully recuperate from the virus and recover from the two parking tickets that I got some weeks ago, because of day offs. Then I’ve decided to be active both indoors and outdoors. Indoors is climbing/bouldering and outdoors is hiking/walks near my place. Since, the weather’s good, I […]

  • Ascension Day 2022

    Ascension Day 2022

    The Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ was not an excuse to just sit still and get rotten in the sofa just because it’s a holiday. It’s actually a perfect day to explore and spend time with family. Well, in my case I can’t sit still. It’s impossible when you have a little kid! […]

  • A Unicorn!

    A Unicorn!

    No. Apparently not. But this gorgeous creature has a magical effect (or should I say therapeutic effect). She made me smile and lifted up my mood. Maybe it has an invisible horn? Who knows? 🙂

  • Time Travel to the 60’s

  • Bird Spotting

    I saw this beautiful creature today. I’m glad that my bird feeder is attracting birds. It only means that they’re beginning to trust us.

  • Trying Out EM1X- part II

    Trying Out EM1X- part II

    The purpose of trying out the EM1X is to see what it is capable of because I’m considering an upgrade. As I mentioned on the previous post, this is a campaign of Olympus. You get to borrow a camera for a week or two, then you get 3000 kroner off on the EM1X or you […]

  • Trying Out EM1X -part I

    Disclaimer: I’m not a professional photographer nor paid to write for Olympus. Olympus is one of the big camera brands in the market today that has been in the market since 1936 ( that is the year Olympus’ first camera was introduced according to Wikipedia). Last month, I was fortunate enough to have been given […]

  • Monochrome Series 4: The Worker

    When I was still living in the city, I wondered where the bees were, because I only saw a couple of these pollinators even though the place is rich in plants and flowers. I always have a fascination for bees because of their bright yellow and black color. Also, these species has an enorm contribution […]

  • Monochrome Series 3: Abandoned

    Monochrome Series 3: Abandoned

    A couple of hundred meters away from where I live, there is a growing number of forest. Inside these forests are hidden cabins/houses that have been abandoned for many years. We found two of them at the moment and these cabins seem to have stories to tell if only the doors are unlocked. There was […]