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The Night Drive Home - Birkum, Denmark

Feb 5th

2014

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Close to Home

Like many photographers, I find it easy to get inspired to shoot when I’m travelling. And like many photographers, I struggle to find something to photograph in my back yard. I have driven this stretch of road, a stone’s throw from my home, hundreds – probably thousands – of times before. As usual, I was looking but not really seeing – focusing on driving safely and on simply getting home. I don’t know what it was that first caught my eye, made me slow down and then finally stop the car, but for whatever reason, I began to see, and not just to look.

Pylon - Denmark

Apr 1st

2013

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Happy Easter from the Island of Funen

Just a quick post to share this photograph I made this afternoon here on the Island of Funen, South Denmark, while out for an Easter Sunday stroll.  I’m currently enjoying a few days home with the family before I travel to the USA and India, and I’m hoping that by the time I am next […]

Denmark, winter, December 2012

Dec 13th

2012

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Danish Winter

Winter has well and truly arrived in Denmark, along with some heavy snowfall over the last week or so.  Here’s a typical view of the Danish landscape at this time of the year – swathed in a white blanket.  I love the way that snow simplifies the landscape, removing visual clutter and distractions, and limiting […]

Autumn on the Island of Funen, Denmark - ©Ian Mylam

Oct 28th

2012

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Autumn on the Island of Funen shot with the iPhone 4

Thought I’d share a photograph I made on the Island of Funen, South Denmark, shot with the iPhone 4 on the road through the village I call home. Have a great weekend!

Summer Mist on the Island of Funen, Denmark

Jun 21st

2012

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Midsummer Mist on the Island of Funen

On the evening I made this photograph - about a week ago - dusk had just fallen. The last light of the sun, which was already below the horizon, was illuminating the few clouds in the northern sky, turning them orange-pink. As the temperature fell towards the dew point, shallow mist began to form at ground level where humidity was highest, wreathing the fields and trees with an ethereal white glow. I was not thinking about photography at the time, but happened to glance out of the windows to the North, saw the mist and the glowing clouds, grabbed my camera and ran barefoot out of the front door of my house to capture the scene.

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