Silence of the North by Morten Hilmer
Silence of the North
Unique moments in Nordic Nature

Morten Hilmer’s new book expresses his fascination of the natural world and it brings together his best photographs from his many trips and expeditions to the nordic countries. Besides the many photos, Morten also shares some of his thoughts, and in an aesthetic way he describes the beauty and silence he finds in nature. Preorder Silence of the North now  and get a signed version of the book.

BBC EARTH FEATURE
About Nature photography and the Sirius Patrol

BBC Earth is writing about my adventures and on the BBC website, they showcase a selection of my photos. The BBC World Service Radio have interviewes me about my work as a nature photographer and my two years as a member of the military special unit - the Sirius Patrol. Listen to the interview on BBC World Service Radio.
I am very happy to see my photos on the BBC website and I am very proud to be a part of the International League of Conservation Photographers ILCP.

Silence of the North
Behind the scenes on my project, Silence of the North
Silence of the North is the name of my recent project where I am collecting my very best photos, and my most memorable moments, from my many adventures and expeditions in the nordic nature. My book, Silence of the North, will be published in spring 2017
Silence of the North
Unique moments in Nordic Nature
Silence of the north - photo book of nature photographer Morten Hilmer

Morten Hilmer’s new book expresses his fascination of the natural world and it brings together his best photographs from his many trips and expeditions to the nordic countries. Besides the many photos, Morten also shares some of his thoughts, and in an aesthetic way he describes the beauty and silence he finds in nature. Preorder Silence of the North now  and get a signed version of the book.

BBC EARTH FEATURE

About Nature photography and the Sirius Patrol
BBC EARTH FEATURE of nature photographer Morten Hilmer

BBC Earth is writing about my adventures and on the BBC website, they showcase a selection of my photos. The BBC World Service Radio have interviewes me about my work as a nature photographer and my two years as a member of the military special unit – the Sirius Patrol. Listen to the interview on BBC World Service Radio.
I am very happy to see my photos on the BBC website and I am very proud to be a part of the International League of Conservation Photographers ILCP.

Silence of the North
Behind the scenes on my project, Silence of the North

Silence of the North is the name of my recent project where I am collecting my very best photos, and my most memorable moments, from my many adventures and expeditions in the nordic nature. My book, Silence of the North, will be published in spring 2017

 

· Swan Dance ·

“When I opened my eyes that morning and looked out of the window, I was greeted by an amazing sight – the country was covered by a thick layer of fresh snow, and the vegetation was thick with ice crystals. I knew where the Whooper Swans spent their days, and I prayed that they would not fail me today, of all days. I put my 600mm lens on the camera and set the exposure manually to make sure that both the white and dark shades would be perfect. I spent a long time getting close to the swans. A few steps, kneel down, wait and then a few more steps. It was quiet this morning, and to get the chance to sit down and just observe the dazzling swans in this white scenery was simply an indescribable experience. My eye was caught by a minor drama among a group of swans – it reminded me of a short dance between two of the birds, with the other swans forming an attentive audience. Swan Dance is one of my favourite pictures, and when I look at the poster on my wall at home, my thoughts drift back to an unforgettable Danish winter morning.”

· Swan Dance ·

“When I opened my eyes that morning and looked out of the window, I was greeted by an amazing sight – the country was covered by a thick layer of fresh snow, and the vegetation was thick with ice crystals. I knew where the Whooper Swans spent their days, and I prayed that they would not fail me today, of all days. I put my 600mm lens on the camera and set the exposure manually to make sure that both the white and dark shades would be perfect. I spent a long time getting close to the swans. A few steps, kneel down, wait and then a few more steps. It was quiet this morning, and to get the chance to sit down and just observe the dazzling swans in this white scenery was simply an indescribable experience. My eye was caught by a minor drama among a group of swans – it reminded me of a short dance between two of the birds, with the other swans forming an attentive audience. Swan Dance is one of my favourite pictures, and when I look at the poster on my wall at home, my thoughts drift back to an unforgettable Danish winter morning.”

 
 
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As a member of my Newsletter, you will receive information about my adventures and photo exhibitions. I promise it will be worthwhile if you have an interest in nature photography and a sense of adventure.