October was quite a “productive” month in terms of photography. Productive is of course the wrong word to use as photography is more about the process and creative aspect than productivity. But at the end of the month October did yield quite a lot of good images.
As I recently bought an old motorcycle and renovated it enough to get it running, quite a lot of my images are taken on trips around the countryside on that. There is just something incredible rewarding about fixing something that was broken and then having it transport you around yielding memorable experiences along the way.
Rørvig – Hundested ferry
In the start of October I finally took the Rørvig-Hundested ferry which I had thought about doing for so many years, but always ended up driving the long way around instead. The ferry is very reminiscent of my youth as my grandmother lived in Hundested and my parents have a vacation home just outside Rørvig.
Nice and stormy day for my trip on the ferry:
One the approach to Hundested:
October also brought a lot of good autumn trips on the motorcycle. Here are a few images from a somewhat deserted road. We do not have many options for off-road riding or even just gravel roads in Denmark, so finding a little bit of “scrambling” is hard.
That is it for October. Hope I will be out as much in November. It will be the last month of driving the motorcycle before winter. It is getting colder, raining a lot more and generally not really weather for riding a motorcycle so it will be limited how much riding I can do.
But that of course should not keep me from going outside and using my camera. With less sunlight as days get shorter it becomes even more important to get out and get some daylight exposure.