Signs of people and civilization. The final image set of April.
To be honest, I encountered little wildlife during my time in the forest this spring. There were some deer, but I never quite got any good photos of them. All I got were their ticks! The horses belong to Gunnebo Ryttarsällskap.
Trunks standing, trunks lying, trunks in bits. What's your favorite kind of trunk? I wouldn't blame you for saying birch, and I agree this set is lacking in that regard!
More discoveries this spring; a very pretty stream in a small ravine close to home, a hill in Billdal's park with a nice view of the archipelago, and the beautiful area around Bertilssons stuga at Lilla Delsjön
Took a break over summer, but now I'm back to uploading again. April didn't rock but here is some rock. Many of these were taken just a short walk away, I'm very grateful to have such beautiful nature just next door!
I love conifers, and moving to a more deciduous/leafy area (the west coast as compared to the Stockholm area) has only made me appreciate them more.
There's more to the forest than trees; So far I've also had two ticks!
I've continued using my Canon lenses with the Viltrox fullframe speed booster on a cheap $100 Fujifilm body as I love the dreamy look so much. It's surprisingly light and complements the 7Artisans well when you want autofocus
I don't think I'm alone in thinking March lasted forever and April just flew past. I just learnt these are called polypores in English.