The plans for my new tree hide is progressing. Yesterday I was up on a ladder and the new photo angles looks very promising. This pictures is taken from my second tree hide. The new hide will be in the same area but another angle against the mountains.
This is the landmark wich points out the way to a cave I use to visit sometimes
The cave is situated out in the woods and probably from the time when the seabord was at this level. In the cave there is an old fireplace and a legend tell us about a bearhunter who used to stay here some hundred years ago.
My name is Conny Lundström and I am working as a nature photographer in the province of Västerbotten in the north of Sweden.
About 20 years ago, I began developing my interest in photographing; at the beginning an interest of a more general nature.
I took photographs of nature, which has always fascinated me, but also images of big cities etc. Fairly soon I focused exclusively on nature photographing, with emphasis on wild animals.
During the last fifteen years I have been photographing in a nature reserve and its surroundings in the north of Sweden. My main object is the golden eagle.
I work on my own, feeding eagles from October through May, which gives me the opportunity to plan my photographing in detail. Visit my website www.connylundstrom.com