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Timbers & Textures

For a photographer, the textures of natural materials are wonderful to capture in times of light, contrasts, and hues. Include those elements with their surroundings and they become even more poignant.

Timber is a much-used building material in Sweden and has been for centuries and add some color (the iconic red, and to a lesser extent the yellow) and these structures take on another dimension, which over time become richer and deeper in terms of photographic subjects.

Add the changing of the seasons, and another dimension becomes evident.

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/40 sec
  3. 23mm
  4. ISO 200

Timber Textures 01

Wonderful textures at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/8
  2. 1/100 sec
  3. 11mm
  4. ISO 200

Timber Textures 02

Wonderful textures at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/8
  2. 1/80 sec
  3. 7mm
  4. ISO 200

Timber Textures 03

Wonderful textures at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/8
  2. 1/60 sec
  3. 12mm
  4. ISO 200

Timber Textures 04

Wonderful textures at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/5.6
  2. 1/125 sec
  3. 54mm
  4. ISO 200

Swedish fencing 01

Traditional fencing at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/8
  2. 1/100 sec
  3. 19mm
  4. ISO 200

Swedish fencing 02

Traditional fencing at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/8
  2. 1/80 sec
  3. 130mm
  4. ISO 200

Swedish fencing 03

Traditional fencing at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/3.5
  2. 1/25 sec
  3. 32mm
  4. ISO 200

Timber Textures

Wonderful textures at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/9
  2. 1/100 sec
  3. 22mm
  4. ISO 200

Midsommarkransen

A Midsommarkransen is left to dry on the log walls of a cabin at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/9
  2. 1/100 sec
  3. 25mm
  4. ISO 200

Midsommarkransen

A Midsommarkransen is left to dry on the log walls of a cabin at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/9
  2. 1/100 sec
  3. 54mm
  4. ISO 200

Midsommarkransen

A Midsommarkransen is left to dry on the log walls of a cabin at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/250 sec
  3. 50mm
  4. ISO 200

Midsommarkransen

A Midsommarkransen is left to dry on the log walls of a cabin at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/200 sec
  3. 23mm
  4. ISO 200

Flower & Logs

Potted color in front of the log walls of a cabin at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/7.1
  2. 1/30 sec
  3. 40mm
  4. ISO 100

Winter Textures 01

Snow creates winderful textures on the cabins at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/7.1
  2. 1/640 sec
  3. 48mm
  4. ISO 2000

Winter Textures 02

Snow creates winderful textures on the cabins at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/11
  2. 1/320 sec
  3. 29mm
  4. ISO 2000

Winter Textures 03

Snow creates winderful textures on the cabins at the outdoor museum at Sundsvall's Norra Berget. Sweden

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/400 sec
  3. 45mm
  4. ISO 320

Winter Textures 05

The beautry of winter at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/800 sec
  3. 40mm
  4. ISO 320

Winter Textures 06

The beautry of winter at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/125 sec
  3. 45mm
  4. ISO 320

Winter Textures 07

The beautry of winter at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/125 sec
  3. 35mm
  4. ISO 320

Winter Textures 08

The beautry of winter at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/6.3
  2. 1/640 sec
  3. 38mm
  4. ISO 320

Winter Textures 09

The beautry of winter at Norra Berget, Sundsvall, Sweden

  1. f/8
  2. 1/13 sec
  3. 45mm
  4. ISO 800

Timber & Cobbles #01

Wonderful textures of the red timber and cobblestones are further enahanced by the afternoon winter light at Skansen outdoor museum. Skansen was the first of its kind when it opened in 1891.