Ominous

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The Cape Buffalo, dubbed Africa’s black death. The ominous title comes from the hunters of the past, as the Cape buffalo are notoriously dangerous to hunt. From my experience if left alone, they don’t care too much for whats going on around them, but you can see where they get the reputation when they are provoked.

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Optimism

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Even though the world sometimes seems pointless and dark you eventually will hit some light ~ true story!
I’ve been struggling with my landscapes since I came back from Iceland. The lack of time and interesting scenes have been frustrating because my enthusiasm for landscapes and fine art has never been bigger than it is right now. It was so good to get out during easter and travel to the northern part of Denmark, where we have this huge dune called Råbjerg Mile. I made up this shot on the go, when I saw how the clouds were forming – very moody! Good to finally get something I really feel good about from my own country

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Soft sand

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An impressive cloud formation passes over the Mesquite sand dunes in Death Valley National Park. I’ve been lucky to get some pretty interesting conditions the few times I’ve been to this area. One of my favorite things I’ve done in the wilderness, is to be comfortably settled into the nice soft sand, watching weather move through the valley. Such a cool place.

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Lantern

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While walking through the forest for a lot of hours and days I tried to find a way to bring the tiny things in those area to live much more. Sometimes the tiny things have so much power, beauty and awsomeness but still they are overseen by a lot of people.
With this series I want to give mushrooms a stage to show there whole beauty and elegance.

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Etosha Sunset

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This is a traditionnal Gnu (aka wildebeest) taken in Etosha NP (Namibia), a few kilometers on the road to Halali Camp. People are not allowed to stay outside after sunset (camp gates are closed for security) but watching the sun set in beautiful pink and orange hues made me slow down. As the sun was touching the horizon I stopped the car when I found a pleasing composition with the animal rendered as a silhouette and a little bush in front of him. This was shot from y car windows with a D810 + 500mm at f/4, resting on a beanbag. I returned promptly to camp as gates were closing.

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Moonrise

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I planned my trip so that I could spend at least two days in the Mojave Desert and get some Milky Way shots.
The last night of shooting the moon was finally rising and I was about to leave, but the faint orange glow of the last frame made me think that I could wait a little more and add that element to the shot. I took the final shot with the moon just below the horizon and I really liked it.

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