Last Week’s Instagram

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Once a week I will show one of my photos captured and/or processed with Instagram over the last week. It’s a way for me to show photography that usually is quite different from my regular work. The pictures are displayed without any comments, hoping they will stand on their own. But I still very much appreciate any comments you may have.

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67 thoughts on “Last Week’s Instagram

    1. Well, you have different options to process the photos – or not, if you rather choose to. As mentioned in other occasions I also use other apps to process pictures with the cell phone.

  1. Speaking of seeing, the mountain looks remarkably like a fabulous, three-layered ice cream bombe: butterscotch covered with toasted coconut at the top, then chocolate, then vanilla. If you look very closely, it might be that you’d see the campers with some spoons. 🙂

    Apart from all that, of course, it’s a lovely, intimate photo of nature on a grand scale. Beautiful.

  2. Berg, fjäll och ren klar luft får jag aldrig nog av, så jag tackar så mycket för titten både här ovan och i gammalt inlägg från US. Har inte blivit några fjäll för mig i sommar. Nu sitter jag på flygplatsen i Luleå efter en skön vecka i mitt norra hem…skulle gärna stannat längre, men plikten kallar några dagar och nästa lördag åker vi till Sydafrika.
    Ser att din sommar har varit omväxlande…jobb och avkoppling i lämpliga doser:)
    Önskar dig en vacker höst var du än befinner dig!

    1. Takk, Gertie. Høres ut som om du har hatt en flott sommer. Sørafrika er et spennende land med store kontraster, så det blir helt sikkert en opplevelse. Jeg ønsker deg en god reise.

  3. I want to be wherever that is! It’s a brilliant shot! I love the way the activity is at the campground, busy and camping life as we typically experience it, and then in the background is this glorious mountain, anything bur ordinary. All with Instagram! I’m impressed–as always, Otto! 🙂

  4. Love the light of course. Also like that at first I focused on the light at the top and then after quite a bit of time I realized there was a tent. Nice surprise.

  5. I’m inspired to create my own mobile photography blog series, called “From the iOS Darkroom”, based on your post. My first post will go live this Sunday. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing your images.

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