June 13, 2015

Effort and result

The landscape photography equivalent to “value for money” must be the ratio between the effort and result. How much effort is required to reach your photo spot, and how good are the opportunities there? Livsäterån must be place with the best such ratio in Funäsfjällen because it’s easy to reach and the photo ops are endless. You just simply walk up the creek on one side and come back down the other, and along the way you have countless waterfalls of different sizes. The stretch is 1 km (one way) and we spent over five hours covering that.

There were so many opportunities and I took so many pictures that I ended up deleting pictures which I would have kept any other day. But when you have this many, you get a bit choosy!

Small waterfalls

Small waterfalls

Still a lot of snow

Still a lot of snow

Slated

Slated

Lill-Skarven in the background

Lill-Skarven in the background

Water over rock

Water over rock

Swirl

Swirl

Catkins

Catkins

Zigzag of waterfalls

Zigzag of waterfalls

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1 Response

  1. Miika says:

    “Slated” works really well, “Water over rock” looked nice in 1×1 format in FB, perhaps you could try that out here too?

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