The 21 of December is the darkest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. Changing day! Winter solstice. From this day on the days are getting longer. This is of course not correct because every day has 24 hours. It is the day with the latest sunrise and the earliest sunset. More light from... Continue Reading →
This is the story about Brutus the musk ox who left his herd to find a girl. When I came to work one day in late August I heard the rumors that a musk ox has been spotted near by. That is rather unusual as the population of musk ox in Sweden counts exactly TEN... Continue Reading →
The great grey owl is the second largest owl here in the north. It is not very usual to meet her (there is a reason why she is called "the phantom of the north") but this year was kind of exceptional. A lot of owls where around. A few theories spread that either it is... Continue Reading →
After a long winter with a few days with perfect conditions to capture the freezing soap bubbles while flying, it us finally (or hopefully) getting to warm for further experiments. So I guess I have to wait untill next winter to continue with my second favourite hobby. If you like the bubbles you can upvote... Continue Reading →
After a rather boring winter when it comes to northern lights they came finally back on the 14th of march. A cold and clear night - perfect conditions. I saw them through my window, appearing right over my neighbors (who is my mother in law) house. My mother in law watching the northern lights over... Continue Reading →
Guess I have a new hobby: Taking pictures of soap bubbles that freeze while flying. As soon as the temperature is below minus 15 degrees Celsius you will find me outside with my camera and my daughters soap bubbles.To make really nice pictures the sun should be shining and the wind should gently blow. Not... Continue Reading →
Soap bubbles freeze while flying. All pictures taken by my steady hand with a Canon 70d. More adventure ahead. More to come soon from up north...
On the 7th of November 2017 I had the privilege to watch a massive solar storm from my porch. It started around 10p.m and lasted about 3 hours. Not much words needed. I leave you alone with this experience... Aurora Borealis - Northern Lights A circle right over my garage - minutes after I took... Continue Reading →