Every autumn I do a wall calendar for the coming year and I’m happy to announce that the 2015 calendar design is ready!
Below you can see the twelve photos and – just as last year – I will sign each calendar before sending them to you. Besides aurora borealis there are also some landscape photos, all of them captured in Finland. My idea was to show how a year here can be like.
Last years customers were very happy with the calendars, which make great gifts, cheer up your office and homes or can be a wonderful Christmas present for your loved ones.
Some more details:
– the size will be A4 (11.7 x 8.3 in) during shipping and will open up to A3 (11.7 x 16.5 in).
– the calendar part will be in English language, stating month, week number and weekday
– for each day there will be a square with some space to write some notes in it.
– the calendars will be shipped, once I have received payment (bank transfer or via paypal
Prices in Euro: 1 for EUR 25.00; 3 for EUR 72.00; 5 for EUR 115.00; 10 for EUR 210.00.
Shipping up to 5 calendars to one address will be an additional EUR 7.50. (For 10: EUR 15.00).
USD prices: 1 for USD 42.00; 3 for USD 103.00; 5 for USD 158.00; 10 for USD 290.00.
Shipping to one address is included.
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A few days back, a solar storm hit Earth and produced wonderful auroras. Luckily the weather was good, so I was out with my camera for many hours. Read through the captions of the photos below how the night went and what I saw 🙂
On the left is still twilight from the sunset while on the right the moon was rising just above the treetops. It was dark enough for the first auroras and I was glad to catch their reflection in this lake. First stop: Somewhere near Yli-Ii.
After a longer break, the sky slowly filled up with colorful auroras and rays became visible. As always, the camera sees those colors stronger than our human eye.
I thought about a photo like this over the summer (inspired by other selfies I’ve seen) and with the moonshine so bright, I decided to go to the other end of the lake onto the sand. The idea was that rather being a big part of the photo, I wanted to blend in and – at the same time – to stand out (wearing that red jacket).
Just at that moment, I realized the rays in the sky got stronger and that a corona would be soon unfolding. So I ran back to the camera and caught this beauty just in time. One of those goosebumps moments.
An hour later, clouds moved in and I was forced to change location. I went to the rapids of Koitelinkoski in Kiiminki, second stop. There I was able to take a few photos before the clouds caught up with me.
Racing further South, I reached the Baltic Sea and captured these reflections in the Baltic Sea – the last stop of the night. I felt like trying out different angles as you can see. After that I went home, trying to sleep with all these images in my mind. It took quite a while 🙂