Author Archives: lars
For #mobilemonday a view over lake Mjøsa. Created with PicSay Pro on my LG-P500 Gjøvik
This spider was intended for #SpiderSunday, but I’ll guess it will do just fine for #Macromonday. You know it’s spring when the first spider comes crawling over the livingroom floor.
I’m starting #FloralFriday a bit early today. The first Crocus has sprung, and spring has begun. +Tamara Pruessner
#MyFirstDigitalPhoto This was the very first digital picture I took back in 2000. I had just gotten my brand new and way too expensive Olympus Camedia 2020Z. With an F2.0 and ISO 400 and a staggering resolution of 1600×1200 this … Continue reading
It seems like spring has begun and the snow is melting from the rooftops.
Today I share a picture of Norways largest spider. Myredderkopp, or in English Raft spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus). It actually catches and eats small frogs. Body length can be up to 25mm. Yes, it is true. to photograph spiders in Norway … Continue reading
Here is my contribution to this weeks #floralfriday curated by +Tamara Pruessner.
It’s always nice when something unexpected shows up. On a trip on the hills outside Windhoek to photograph the sunset, these two tugs were sitting on the ground. Didn’t notice their mother around, but I’m sure she wasn’t far away. … Continue reading
No, the photo is not upside down. This is a namib day gecko hanging under a rock in a dry riverbed in Khorixas, Namibia.
View from my hometown Elverum down the river Glomma.