Category Archives : spring


53. Paradise Lost – Ducklings 2

It’s springtime; Nature photography high season is on and in this time of year, home is where the camera is. Needless to say that my 4 mini-panthers are not so pleased with this lack-of attention-policy. So WHEN I’m at home, quality time is required and for my oldest tom cat Mythos, this means taking a […]


Enligthened lamb at sunset

52. Enligthened Lambs

With age comes whisdom (so they say) About five years ago, I stumbled upon my first Levitating Lambs, which made me spontaneously produce a blog about this estranging phenomenon. I wrote about the lambs, climbing the mother sheep, about the huge lamb stack they built, up to 7 lambs high. And about them levitating in […]


43. 2015 in photos 2

Because a photo can say more than a 1000 words, I hereby present you my 2015 in photos:   January At least we had some winter and some beautiful mornings in magical misty mood.   Februari We had a few hours of snow. Enough to capture a red fox and a fallow deer in a […]

Early morning autumn forest

Snake's Head Fritillary chess flower fritillaria meleagris

41. Chasing Fritillaries 7

Beep – beep – beeeeeep! In the middle of the night (at least, that how it feels) I’m rudely awakened by a push message on my phone. I almost delete the message without taking a peek, but then curiosity takes over. Fortunately, since a large group of Snakes Head Fritillary has been observed within reasonable […]


40. The C-Factor: Goslings 2

What’s with these goslings, fox kits, lambs, kittens, ducklings, cubs and cygnets? How can they make us photographers do things, like lying down in the mud and voluntarily crawl through goose shit? Do they have some kind of supernatural powers..? Nope. They have what all baby animals have: The C(ute)-factor. And I bet this C-factor […]

cute gosling backlit