Competition and Exhibition

This year the Danish Society for Nature Conservation is celebrating its 100 year anniversary as an green organization with a lot of initiatives, including the just ended photo-competition, followed by an exhibition containing the winning and commended images of the contest.

The theme of the competition was to show images of protected landscapes in Denmark. I'm happy to say that I won the 2. place in the competition and a total of 5 of my images will appear in the exhibition, that will travel around Denmark. I'm mighty proud that 5 out of 50 images in the Exhibition are my photos.

Want to see more? You can download this beautiful pdf brochure with the 50 winning and commended images in the contest and following exhibition (Danish text, 10,7MB) DOWNLOAD






Morning Mist, View from Bulbjerg, Han Herred, Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor AFS 300mm 2,8 VR ED, iso 200, tripod)

First Light, View from Bulbjerg, Han Herred, Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor AFS 300mm 2,8 VR ED, iso 200, tripod)

Snowfall, Ørkenen, Anholt, Denmark
(Nikon D2X, Nikkor AFS 70-200mm 2,8 VR ED, iso 100, tripod)

View from Trehøje, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 85mm 2,8 micro, Graduated ND 0,6H filter, iso 200, tripod)

Reaching for the Sky, Kalø Vig, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 24mm 3,5 ED, iso 200, tripod)


In 1911, DN started as an organisation mainly aiming at nature conservation and access to nature. Today, they work with a broad range of issues concerning nature, the environment, resources and consumption. The Danish Society for Nature Conservation is Denmark's largest and most influential environmental organisation working for the environment, nature and the climate. With the support of more than 135,000 members they work to protect nature and the environment. A total of 2,000 active members and 95 branches is the eyes and ears at local and regional levels.

3 comments:

  1. Hey Jesper

    CONGRATS! Very nice, indeed! Also a great pdf from DN (the link above)!

    All the best,
    Carsten Egevang

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