Whilst cycling on the Veluwe, Holland’s largest nature area, I was satisfied to have brought my camera, despite thinking I wouldn’t shoot anything today. Came across a herd of brave horses living in the wild on a forest plane, enduring the seasons. I kneeled and sat in the grass, to win trust and approach them, make nice close ups, and look for nice angles and light. As I was observing and spending time with these friendly souls, it was nice to almost feel a part of the herd, see their sights, smell the same forest smells, with there being nothing but nature, and nothing digital but my camera.
The setting sun seemed to set the forest afire in Ostedt, Germany
Winter’s low light can have advantages: the light shined beautifully on this tree’s most mossy side. I’m a moss fan.