And some lovely soft winter pictures.
I have been living in Sweden exactly two-and-a-half years now. I have seen some wild moose, but usually next to the road from a car of bus. Last weekend, Alicia and I went out into the forest and she knew there was a chance that we would find some wild moose there.
The forests here are really nice, they are very wild, and often very untouched. It is really peaceful to get out of the city, put on some good shoes, take out the camera, and take a nice walk in the clean fresh air.
After a bit of walking we found a first sign of wild moose being present in the area.
It has also been very very foggy for many days. It kind of gives this calm, but almost creepy feeling when walking out in the middle of nowhere. It’s quiet, you can’t see far, the ground is wet, and the air is humid. You get the picture…
But then there it suddenly was. We had been walking ‘on our toes’ for about 20 minutes to not scare any away with the sound of our feet. Alicia walked a bit ahead of me, when she suddenly pointed to my right side, towards a wild moose. This one seemed young, but old enough to be alone. Typically their mothers leave them in the fall.
After a stare down that lasted about a minute-and-a-half, it decided to take off. It was clearly not impressed by me, my scent, or my clicking camera… It’s always cool seeing wild animals in nature; whether it’s a deer, fox, or some rare type of bird.
Unfortunately not all nature is untouched. We also found a huge patch of ground that saw its beautiful trees removed (pun intended). After all, we need wood…
Furthermore, the thesis writing is going quite well. We also have a trip to London planned for coming weekend, so that will be a lot of fun! Expect some nice London shots ?! Got any tips for things I ablsolutely should do there? The please comment below.
Hope you’re all doing well!