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  • March 16
  • Pålsjö Forest
  • Pålsjö Hills

  • February 22
  • Photos from a forest

  • February 08
  • Foggy forest


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Palsjo 2008-03-16 - Pålsjö Forest
Lens: None
Flash: No
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, various shutter speeds and apertures
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Pålsjö Forest is a smaller forest well within the city limit and quite frequented by joggers, families with and without children and the odd photographer :). There is also wildlife (mostly birds and rabbits) and a lot of interesting plants and insects.
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Palsjo 2008-03-16 - Pålsjö Hills
Lens: None (zoom)
Flash: No
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, various shutter speeds and apertures
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Pålsjö Hills is located next to the forest and there is also a small forest. From several places you have a great view over the Öresund and Elsinore (Denmark) on the opposite side. Provided it isn't foggy of course. Here is a few photos. No view though.
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Forest 2008-02-22 - Photos from a forest
Lens: None (zoom)
Flash: No
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, 1/50 - 1/125s, f5,6
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There are much more to be found in a forest beside trees, birds and insects. Leaves, fungi, moss and stumps just to mention something. These were all taken in the morning (about 9.45 am) in Fredriksdal forest (the one where I took the Foggy Forest photos..
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Forest 2008-02-08 - Foggy forest
Lens: None
Flash: No
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, 1/25s - 1/50s, f5,6
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The Fredriksdal forest is not a very large forest, but when it is foggy it seem a lot larger than it is. I took these photos in the morning on my way to work. The light was quite poor, and a smarter photographer would of course had used a tripod. I didn't.
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