The lush green of summer is gone. So are the vibrant colors of autumn. Left is a subtle and subdued landscape.
Days are getting shorter and soon snow will cover the ground.
I find this time of year, late autumn, beautiful but challenging to photograph as its beauty is not obvious.
It’s also a challenge to be out this time of year. With high humidity and little warmth from the sun it can be hard to keep clothes and gear dry.
I captured these photographs during a week-long hike in October last year on the border to Sarek National Park. Thick fog had rolled in during the night and when I woke up I couldn’t see more than a few meters in front of me.
Slowly the fog lifted and the intricate details of this late autumn scene became visible.
I completely lost myself in this quiet moment.