Hällingsåfallet is a waterfall in northern Jämtland, falling into a canyon, probably formed by the end of the last ice age.
I made this photograph by a lake in Jämtland, while waiting for a fish to bite. To make it I stacked two fast 50 mm lenses, one reversed.
The 15th century church of Ragunda parish, Jämtland, framed by an aperture in its bell tower.
I went to the botanical garden with a friend who lives near it, to make some pictures with him and the flowers.
The power of triangles to emphasize a subject. I’m happy with how the jackdaw sitting on the roof is clearly the main subject here, despite using a minimal amount of space.
The bumblebees favour these blue flowers in Uppsala’s Botanical Garden. I think this picture conveys their industry and their strangeness.
My friend Zrajm wants to sell you his pocket dictionary of Klingon. Clearly a must have for anyone with too much time on their hands.
While looking for landscape subjects at a place called Krusenberg south of Uppsala I passed a flock of sheep grazing in some high grass.