2014/09/23

A forest (overload)

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Lost in a forest somewhere between Bernau and Eberswalde (I don't know exactly where I've been) with Johan, Thomasz and Marta a few days ago. We got up at 5:30 in the morning, wroooomed away and caught the most beautiful foggy light and were surrounded by hundreds of super fat spiders, they had an amazing way of building their houses in face height. Panic. And so much laughter.

Now that I think about it, hmm... I think we went there to pick mushrooms... I went to the farmers market afterwards to buy some.

24 comments:

  1. Those are amazing pictures. I find it hard to capture a forest beautifully, the trees tend to "end" in a blurry mass most of the time, when I try it. But in your case they stand for themselves. Each one crisp and clear. Really lovely!

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    1. thank you so much!
      yes, i find forests hard to capture too, but when it's foggy it's much easier :)

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    2. magical. mystic. fantastique.

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  2. lyllosar! helt fantastisk vackert... de där spindel jävlarna är här med, kan inte va ute i trädgår'n utan att man går in i ett spindelväv och blir smått hysterisk.

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    1. vackert, men fan vad jag tycker skog är tråkigt ;) fick för mycket när jag var liten.
      spindlarna, huuu! och jag är inte ens rädd för spindlar.

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  3. wow! so magical. perfect wrist worm environment too!

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  4. Fog is a present for photographer - makes great feeling. It makes things look like a bit magic. Great shots!

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  5. Skitfina skogbilder, Sandra, tycker jag. Luktar liksom skog, inte visste jag att det fanns skog i Tyskland, men det är så klart att det måste finnas :-)

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    1. tack pia! jorå, skog finns det så det räcker (för mig) här också ;)

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  6. Wow. You have a lovely eye... gorgeous photos.

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  7. Tycker du faktist att skog är trokigt? :D I could never have a forest overload - although I have to say we usually wander in the kind of places that are literally in the middle of nowhere; no roads or even paths nearby. There's something about those places that I can't even explain, we've actually ran into a moose a few times, come across incredible hidden ponds like straight out of a fairytale - although occasionally we've been surrounded by so many deer flies that it's almost unbearable! :D But still, whenever I feel out of balance I need a trip to the deep forest. :)

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  8. Die Fotos sind toll - so schöne Herbstfarben!

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  9. We all love forests. We still have to visit this one (again) - so dreamy!

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  10. These photos are amazing, Sandra! In Spanish, the mushrooms in the 12th picture are called "wolf farts", I spent my childhood stomping on them :)

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    1. aaaah i LOVE that name! in swedish we just call them "smoke mushrooms". thank you, sweetie!

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  11. That seventh photo is just mesmerizing. I was beginning to have daydreams of lying down and napping in that forest, but then I saw the spider photo! ;)

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  12. Ah, the neverending trees in German forests. How I miss them! Thankfully every time we visit the in-laws they're eager to drive us around Bayern

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  13. Fantastiska bilder!

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