Imagine what it would be like for a few days to leave all the stress and all the noise behind you, breathing in the forest scent and meeting its four-legged or winged residents face to face and assuming the role of a real nature photographer.
The rain hit hard on the windowsill. Along the bumpy village street, small rainwater channels are formed here and there and effectively fill in the holes in the asphalt.
– I did not expect any rain today, I say, and look out the window.
– We are in no hurry, says Conny. He reaches for the coffee pot and offers me a fill-up.
Conny Lundström is a wildlife photographer. Stationed in Kalvträsk, with the golden eagle as his speciality. And I am meant to play nature photographer for one day in his company.
– But really, there is no such thing as bad weather, says Conny. Photography is all about making the most of your conditions. You know, the most spectacular images often come from what ordinary people consider to be really crappy weather.