Havstensfjorden, West Coast of Sweden 28/5-2017
As natural history film makers, with work based from a sailing boat, we need to adapt ourselves and our work after the weather and sea conditions. And so we do as much as we possibly can :-)
The visibility underwater is currently quite poor at the east coast of the island Orust, which is where our boat "Eja" has her homeport. This still doesn´t prevent us to do some exciting dives of course :-)
.As we currently need certain over water shots, and the weather forecast for this has been very promising, we have been out filming among the islands in Havstensfjorden for the last few days.
.We are in the end of May, an amazing time in Sweden when so much is happening in nature. The wildlife is getting their youngs and the islands are so colourful from all the different wild flowers.
When spending time among this wild beauty, I get this happy urge to share it, now resulting in this little blogpost!
.There are not much people out on the fjord yet, so we have the water and islands almost entirely for ourselves.
An exotic feeling it is to be spending time in this silent paradise, where the sea birds and the slow water movements, are the only ones contributing to the soothing soundtrack of the warm long-lasting sunset...
All this, only a couple of nautical miles from "Eja´s" homeport :-)
.So grateful I am for the precious time spent in nature and on this wonderful planet. Paradise is on Earth and I love it! :-)