November 11, 2017

Beech forest in autumn colour

From october till this weekend, I have been to two beech forests to photograph the beautiful autumn colors. It was a bit tricky as the cold and autumn has started later than usual, probably due to the cold spring.
Sundbyholm, the one that I have been to many times before, is few km outside Eskilstuna. Known for being be the northernmost in Europe. The other one is on Torö just outside Nynäshamn, same area where I photographed MilkyWay in previous blog post.


It's something magical with the beech forest with its tall trees and colors that in spring is so amazingly lush, bright green that in summer turn into a dense, dark and mysterious place. 
Despite all of that - Autumn is still my favorit time - just see the pics below :)

Sundbyholm


Torö

Sundbyholm
Torö

Sundbyholm








2 comments:

  1. Så vackra färger. I Sheffield blev det inga höstfärger i år. Regnade och stormade så alla löv föll på en gång.

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  2. Fin höststämning i alla. Men på mig övertygar f a svampbilden. Svamp ä r höst för mig. I Skåne hände ungefär detsamma som föregående skribent refererat till : Med höstlöv kom storm, sen mest kala träd kvar. Inte så roligt.
    / Deerhunter

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