Soil drift is a recurring phenomenon typically experienced in the spring months after several days - or sometimes weeks of dry weather. It is the combination of strong winds and dry fields in many parts of the country at the moment and sometimes it is so violent that you can almost describe it as a small sandstorm. It is not every year that you can see this phenomena in Denmark, but this spring has been very dry and sunny. This collection of images are photographed not far from my home yesterday and I had to work fast, because it was like being sandblasted.
(Nikon D700, Nikkor VR 70-200/2,8 II, iso 200, handheld)