Tag: lake photography

  • Spending Time With Autumn

    Spending Time With Autumn

    September was amazing and October has thus far been greatly rewarding. Autumn has kicked in, and in my opinion cannot overstay its welcome. Last month I managed to see the northern lights for the first time ever, right here in Joensuu and right above the city. The sunsets have been dramatic and the stars bright. […]

  • The Lakes Are Calling

    The Lakes Are Calling

    Over the last few months I’ve been fairly busy with things other than photography, but never too busy for an occasional trip to the water. The Finnish lakes have once again been calling my name and spoiling me with moments of tranquility and a feeling that makes me appreciate life in the greater sense. I […]

  • Some summer moments

    Some summer moments

    So as some of you might know, I absolutely love being near Finnish lakes. I ended up spending a lot of time this summer in the Finnish nature, particularly in Joensuu. Since I live close to the nature there, it’s really easy to just get on my bike and cycle to the lake or forest. […]

  • Enter The Land Of Melancholic Beauty

    Enter The Land Of Melancholic Beauty

    Perhaps not as striking and immediate as the Alps, nor as intimidating as the gorges of Norway, Finland can definitely be a strange beast to fathom, but there is great beauty here, beauty that is not found anywhere else on the planet. In fact, besides those famous Lapland photos of aurora borealis and snow bent […]

  • The Water Is Back!

    The Water Is Back!

    After taking many photos throughout the winter here in Finland, it’s nice to finally see some liquid water again. It’s quite amazing to see the transitions in nature as the seasons change, and I really recommend visiting Finland within the next few months as the weather warms up. The spring/summer season is really nice here, […]

  • Finland’s Frozen Lakes

    Finland’s Frozen Lakes

    As winter approaches in Finland, it’s quite interesting to see how the lakes change in appearance. In the warmer months, the water looks crystal clear, but as winter approaches, the water becomes more icy and eventually turns into what looks like a snowy desert. First the lake water slowly cools and starts to freeze, leaving […]