The day I learn to fly, I’m never coming down.
Last daylight before a stormy night. After driving three days through the mainland of Norway, @marcobph
and me hopped onto the ferry to Moskenes in Bødo. We enjoyed a fairly nice sunset in the Bay of Bødo, but as soon as we reached the open sea, the ocean started to release his power. Huge waves were crashing into the ship. I’m normally not a person that feels bad very fast but this ride almost made me throw up, since other people had already done so and the one room of the ferry smelled really bad after that. After a while I figured out that sleeping would be the best option to battle against the constant pressure of throwing up. Wasn’t easy to fulfill this idea since the whole boat was shaking and leaning from one side to the other. Finally after a few hours we made it to Moskenes and even got to see the northern lights in Reine for a couple of moments. The shot was taken right in Between the Bay and the open sea.
Fun fact, when I was a kid I dreamed about becoming a storm chaser, and weather is still one of the things that intrigue me the most
Sorry, I don’t know how to caption this 🤷🏽♀️
Can you see the road in the middle of the photo?
This is an amazing road to drive, can you recommend good roads or tell me about your favourite road to drive on?
Right in the heart of the Highlands those people found the perfect place for a short break. Btw this was one of the first shots of our Scotland trip which you can find on @mapify
Moody and dramatic view from the sea. Love it😄. A little bit of ice there and it’s getting even colder this week. Soon I guess everyone will be ice skating there. ⛸ (maybe, not sure😄)
When you are finding yourself in naturally not extremely scenic places you are more reliant to the happening of special occasions. Special occasions that turn the supposed uninteresting scenery in an interesting one. There are various ways of doing so. That could be a special light that is entering your picture. That could be an interesting human with a special appearance. That could be an action filled activity that gives your picture some movement. Or it could be an interaction with an animal.
For this picture it was the least. Reduced. Just the animal. Mid flight. In its natural habitat. In my backyard. #weroamhome
Found this blue frozen fjord between all those insane peaks.
Thats what winter looks like in the area around Berlin.
Little dude lost his arm, but still managed to climb trees with no issues 🐵 🐒 🌴
There are some places left where you can just listen to your own thoughts.
🇨🇭 ZERMATT 🇨🇭
Taking in an awesome view of the Matterhorm from @cervozermatt
🇨🇭 MURREN 🇨🇭
Soaking in the views on our train ride up the mountain
Taken with the 18mm wide lens from @moment