Summer is one of the best seasons in Sweden, although it is often short (the pessimists usually say: “Summer is the longest day in Sweden!”), light is available almost around the clock, especially in the north. Also the south of Sweden is wonderful, with its vast agricultural landscapes.
Although landscape photography can be extremely beautiful in this part of the country I decided I wanted to do something different. When I recently visited Skåne, the most southern province of the country, I focused on some of the details in the landscape. My intentions were to create a collage of those detail images that would still breath a summer feeling and show what is so familiar to us while touring through the countryside. Here is the result.
These images were taken with a Nikon D2X and Nikon AF-D 24-85mm F/2.8-4.0 IF and Nikon AF-S 70-200mm f2.8 VR IF-ED lenses.