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In comparison with the subjects in my first autumn 2013 blog, these items are a bit bigger, ranging from birds to forest landscapes with autumn colors. During this autumn birdwatchers and twitchers from Holland and neighbouring countries were focused on a beautiful vagrant: the Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula). This fantastic owl from the boreal forests stayed for quite a while in the city of Zwolle. Thousands and thousands of pictures were made of this bird. That is why i conclude the event with a sort of painting (made by using PS ,from a picture I took in Zwolle beginning of December:

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In this blog I uploaded pictures of small subjects like moss and toadstools,all made during this autumn. Most of the pictures , if not all, were made with my Nikkor VR 105 mm Macro lens and with my Nikon D800 camera.


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This is the last part of my Iceland Review and it is all about the famous and spectaculair landscapes of Landmannalaugar. We've been camping there for three days and the weather was horrible half of the time, rain and grey. But even that is sometimes good for taking landscape pictures. On the other hand we were quite lucky: heavy overcast with some sunny spells is a guarantee for fantastic light.

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Another highlight on Iceland was, by all means, our visit to the remote peninsula in the outer Nort West part of the country, called: Hornstrandir. We departed the town of Isafjordur by fast boat to a landing place called Hornvik. We'd been there in 2006 and knew that it is a very good place for observing Arctic Fox. For many years hunting is banned at Hornstrandir and, because of that, Arctic Fox is, by far, not as shy as in other parts of Iceland.




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" Lost in Iceland", could have been the title of this picture taken in Fjallabak Nature Reserve, one of many remarkable places in this country. We, Ellie and I started our trip on July 12, driving with our own car to North Jutland in Denmark, to take the ferry to Iceland, but first to the Faroer Islands. All in all, we've been there 2 1/2 days, beautiful landscapes but not good (anymore) for birds. The number of seabirds we saw, compared to what one usually sees in Scotland or Iceland was very disappointing. So, finally on July 18, we arrived in Seidisfjordur in the east part of Iceland. Now our trip really started...

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