Forest Discoveries

Experimenting in a forest by the sea with a borrowed camera and macro lens, and with my own camera.

I have no idea what mushrooms those are – don’t go and eat them!

Helsinki, last year

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31 responses to “Forest Discoveries

    • Thanks, MM! It was surprisingly hard to just jump in with a different camera, had to do everything differently. Would love to learn to do abstract nature macros, but I don’t have time to learn. Maybe I’ll save it for retirement, hehee! 😀

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  1. The mushrooms look amazingly spiritual… 🍄😊
    We are going to Helsinki and Lapland next year!! I am so so excited, do you have any recommendations for 2 days in Helsinki? Thanks so much!! 😄

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        • I would love to upgrade but I don’t have time for photography now with my twin babies. When they grow up a bit I will. I have ideas for macro photography 😊 I’ve really loved my simple Olympus and would definitely consider another Olympus. I remmeber you use one, right? 😊

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          • Twin babies! How wonderful but double work, and I can imagine that you need more practical solutions for your photography. Your camera is already very good though and you can later go for another one, if you wish. Yes, you have a good memory. I do have a EM-10 and I am testing the EM-5 at the moment.

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  3. Macro photography is fun – lovely shots! I never had the opportunity to try one, but I got a tiny macro lens to clip on my phone and you can get really creative with it. Perhaps that could be an option for you too? 🙂 I’m really intrigued with the forest by the sea, it’s so uncommon for me to have these two together. Sounds like something from a fairytale… ✨

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