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This one needs no introduction of course. Discovering new landscapes, be it large or small, is the best thing there is. Especially if there happens to be a camera in my bag.


Our tiny neighbours


It's a shame that the abundance of crawly stuff around us is so overlooked. There is an unparalleled diversity of forms, colors and details out there, making macro photography very addictive.




Lights in the darkness


Night has to be one of the best times to play around with a camera, especially since our eyes are so bad at seeing at night, which always makes the resulting picture a bit of a surprise.


Home away from home


I absolutely love spending the night outside in either my tent or my hammock. And as a result, I am obsessed with taking pictures of all my temporary homes, even after all these years.




Masters of survival


Lichens are truly masters of survival, you'll find them everywhere, and they never cease to amaze me with their diversity in designs. And point a UV lamp at them, and many will show very nice fluorescense.


Order from chaos


There are many patterns to be found in nature, and they have got to be one of the most rewarding subjects to take pictures of.