1. A snowy bokeh
Thanks to the art of photography, Magnus has lately rediscovered a profound passion and interest in nature.
2. Mist at evening
But three years earlier, things were different. While working, one day he damaged his back.
3. A road in autumn
This brought about a sudden downturn in his freedom to do the activities he was used to. Furthermore, he was forced to change jobs.
4. Mist in the morning
But because he decided, on a whim, to purchase a new camera, he began to feel soothed by an exciting new hobby: photography.
5. Abandoned but rediscovered
As a creative individual, he remembered how he’d always loved nature since childhood.
6. The high road
Just like that, he found the perfect balance in life: being creative in nature.
7. Pure calm
He is most motivated by the desire to bring out the beauty that exists in everything.
8. Highland cow
Yet, he finds that we all experience images in a personal way. He combines his mood with nature’s mood in these photos.
9. A childish boat
Looking and living through a lens, he’s spotted countless small details in the forests and meadows, which he never knew existed.
10. Night in winter
He hopes that we can see these inexpressible things by gazing at his photographs.
11. Adoring Nature
In this picture, Magnus wanted to show gratitude to nature in a serious but funny way.
12. Final light
He was strolling by the riverside on the first day of snow, when he noticed a cute red cabin in front of the setting sun.
I don’t know how he managed to achieve this magical feat. I feel as if I can touch those beautiful snowflakes.
14. A red shed
It’s hard to believe it was raining when this image was taken. It’s also fantastic how he makes the red shed stand out so colorfully from the winter surrounding.
15. A Swedish forest
When the morning sun peeps through every nook and cranny, even the cobwebs of this forest get illuminated.
16. Serene waters
A family of geese settles for an evening sit-down at one of Magnus’s favorite haunts.
17. At the shed
Magnus adores and is fascinated by this particular old shed. It’s both sad and beautiful, isn’t it?
18. Gently down the stream
Thanks to Magnus Dovlind’s marvelous images, I’ve already started mentally planning my first ever tip to Sweden. Care to join in?!