Swedish fall and it’s hard to get any climbing done. If the forecast says "just some rain" we leave for the rocks. Today it was a bit more than that.
One night the last week we were out bouldering. I was mostly shooting. I waited above to capture some action shots and a butterfly flew in and landed on the top of the boulder.
Aren’t they supposed to sleep throughout the winter?
I read an interview with a photographer that told to exclude the main object from the images. And instead let the viewer think up the story themselves.
For some years I have tried to make my bouldering pictures to not only include photos of people sending hard projects to include more of the people.
What do you think? Am I on the right track?
Hanne found the tiniest mushroom I’ve seen in my whole life
Photo: Fredrik Bergquist
Steve climbs Ratten. Kristofer eats a brush.