Reflections this Sunday evening!
What can I say but WOW! Which is the airline I flew there with by the way. A picture every photographer wants to capture, we had been there 3 days and there had not been a tiny glimpse of sun whatsoever. The Lights had not been seen for 3 weeks so there was a good chance we weren’t going to get any action either. That day we had been driving around the South with inclement weather when I decided to do a U-turn and head to the North West, as we were driving the skies started to clear and I started to become anxious with excitement. The Aurora forecast looked great all I needed were the skies to clear. Usually, the lights make an appearance around 1 am. The time was 8.30pm and we were eating pasta out of a pan behind our Camper Van when I noticed little grey dots in the sky, very soon after the spectacle you see on print is what appeared. The great thing photographing these lights is using a 7-minute shutter opening I could eat my pasta enjoy the lights and photograph at the same time.
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Some Finnish friends from the forest 🐾💚
Photos by @soosseli
This is me. After sauna and a bath in the lake. No makeup. Wet hair. Wearing my favorite night dress. Sheet mask on my face. In my happy place. Home. What I look like most of the time.
~ After countless of tries I finally managed to capture a photo of this magnificent wild white wolf. It is the Alfa male of the wolf pack and it has been on my wildlife list for ages. As some of you remember I tried to capture it during the winter months this year without success. Good things happen when you have the patience to wait for it 🐺
Summer is going by so fast 😱 What’s the best thing you’ve done so far?