Finally some atmospheric conditions
After several weeks of uninspiring blue sky we finally get some great atmospheric conditions and some fresh pristine snow.
After breakfast I head out to Andersön, on one of the biggest island in the lake Storsjön, only 20km southwest of my hometown Östersund.
If you know me, I love atmospheric conditions, the mist simplify the landscape and make it dreamy, create depth and add some drama to the photographs.
My northern lights photo from Andersön
My first composition that I frame up is an old favorite of mine, a few years ago I captured a northern lights photo from exact this location.
I really like the minimalistic landscape in this photograph created by mist and heavy snowfall.
Water on the ice created this blue zig zag line, love the simplicity in the photo.
Silence winter scene
The snowfall created this magical and silent scene, perfect conditions for the subject.
I really get fascinated by these beautiful rocks and snowy woodland, the snowflakes make the woodland looks like it was painted with a pencil. Beautiful.
In this photograph the fog really created a beautiful depth. Trees close to the camera have more contrast then the distant trees.
Nice bend created by ice flakes and rocks. On the upper right in the mist you find the church of Sunne.
In this photo I get really excited in the contrast of color, warm orange color in contrast to the cold gray pine.
Abstract ICM Photograph
My attempt to create a ICM Photograph of the woodland and rocks in Andersön.
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Don’t miss the fantastic video series by Nigel Danson, I Spent 30 Days Photographing ONE Beach in Luskentyre.