The weird and wonderful Kerlingarfjöll. I remember the first time I saw this place, I almost couldn’t believe it was real. The colours, shapes and smell was so different from anything I had seen before. This is my third visit and these mountains still leave me speechless.
Isn’t it amazing to think about how our oceans are full of life? Just imagine all the life that’s below the surface, like a secret and magic world. And sometimes some of the magic reveals it self, like this moment, when a seal suddenly pops up to say hi.
Midnight at Làtrabjarg bird cliff. One of the biggest bird cliffs in Europe and the westernmost point in Iceland. It’s 14 kilometres long and up to 441 meters high. No need to say that the view was spectacular:)
One of the most beautiful animals I know. Just look at this face. It’s hard to believe this gorgeous face could kill you in a second. This photo is taken with a Nikkor 180-400 with 1.4TC and is shot from a safe distance. We can’t afford to loose a single bear due to human intrusion. #svalbard | #polarbear | #savethearctic | #verdtåbevare
Little puffin getting ready for nighttime on the bird cliff. I could just sit and watch these wonderful birds for hours. I just learned that there are several species of puffins. Two species, the tufted puffin and horned puffin, are found in the North Pacific Ocean, while the Atlantic puffin is found in the North Atlantic Ocean. I think I will make it my mission to photograph them all :)
The story of the sleepy fox
The cute reindeer calves in their thick and fluffy coats. They will sure need their thick fur for braving the harsh arctic winter months.
When photographing wildlife I always try to capture the personality of the animals. With these two that was not a difficult task :) Happy Friday, everyone!
I just came back from a short visit to the Westfjords and the lovely puffins of Látrabjarg. I think my feed will turn into a puffin gram for a little while now :) Shot with Nikon z7 and 300mm f4 @nikonuknordic @stjordalfoto
Last week I went to Dovre with @isabella_chowra_photography to look for arctic foxes. We were lucky and saw two different foxes. One of them was really curious and stayed around for quite a while. So we decided to put our wide angles out in the field, and connected the cameras to our phones. We were hiding behind a rock, and hoping that the fox would be curious enough to take a closer look at our cameras. And we didn’t have to wait long! The fox came over and sniffed our cameras and jumped around when the shutter clicked :) Swipe for behind the scenes :)