After the summer break it is time to pump up the revs and head flat out through Eau de Rouge and Raidillon.
With this bread you will be on pole position.
Baquette, mayo, burger beef, home made fries, fresh chili, parsley and hollandaise (despite I'm not a fan of Max)
Eat this slowly, like Williams drivers eats miles on track.
This photo is shot with Sony A7RIII and Sigma 70mm f/2.8 DG Macro Art Series lens a.k.a. the money maker.
Norway is a beautiful country and it is just perfect for photographers who loves road trips.
Here is five tips that will help you to get most out of your journey.
1. Dont rush.
Driving in Norway will take time. Scenic routes are narrow and curvy, it can take three hours to drive 100km. And there is going to
be so much things to photograph so thrust me, it will take time.
2. Sleeping in your car.
If possible, I will suggest this option. There is plenty of rest stops where you can sleep, and many of those have clean toilets.
If you have a camper van you have even more possibilities. I have slept in my Range Rover, four night in car, one in motel,
four nights in car, and so on.
3. Norway is expensive.
It is not a secret that Norway is expensive. I always have plenty of camping food with me. What I have noticed, southern parts
seems to be more expensive than north.
4. Take a ferry.
Sometimes you have to, since it is not possibly to easily drive from one place to other. Sometimes it is nice to take a break and enjoy
of fresh sea breeze. Most of the ferries cost around 100-200NOK but there might be ferries that cost over 800NOK so make some
research to avoid surprises.
5. Have a drone.
There is so much to photograph, but some places are impossible to access. Drone gives you so much more possibilities.
Just remember that maximum altitude is 120m and beware of the birds, some of them might see drone as their enemy.
It is time for German Grand Prix in legendary Hockenheim track.
German is know of its sausages, so it was quite ease to decide what kind of bread I would make for this event.
Get a rustic bun, fry some onions, fry two bratwurst sausages and make dijon mayonnaise (half/half) and your are good to go!
This time my Formula 1 bread is really simple. A classic.
You only need baquette, butter, good quality ham and Dijon mustard.
That's all. So simple and super good.
If you want, you can add cheese but I prefer not
Shot with Leica M (typ240) Summarit 50mm f/2.4
If you are in Helsinki in June, you should visit this beautiful Rhododendron park in Etelä-Haaga.
Those flowers are super beautiful and evening light is amazing this time of the year.
Pro tip, visit the park just after rain, scent from the flowers is unbelievable.
All photos shot with Leica Q
I is quite warm in Helsinki, much warmer than it usually is in May.
It is hard to imagine anything better to do on a warm summer day, than a boat ride to a lighthouse.
We couldn't dock the boat, there are birds nesting on the island where the lighthouse is, but it didn't matter. It was super nice anyway.
Thanks Ville for the ride, your new boat is awesome!
Shot with Leica M with Summarit 35mm and 50mm, Sony A7RIII with Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8
This time I tried something different. One of my favorite Spanish dishes is Patatas Bravas.
And so I made a sandwich where you can find patatas bravas and chorizo, boosted with aioli and finely chopped lettuce.
A bit hard to eat with out a mess but the taste is really good. And yes, made some potato chips to the side.
1 yellow onion.
2 gloves garlic
1 can of Mutti cherry tomatos
1 tbs white vinegar
2 tbs tomato pyree
Pinch of chili flakes
1 ts salt
Peel and chop onions. Heat a sauce pan to medium, add olive oil and chopped onion. When onions are soft, add tomatoes ja smash them with spatula. Add rest of the ingredients and let shimmer for appx. 20min
Boil potatoes until they are done. Drain, chop to small pieces and fry in a pan until nicely coloured. Add spices.
Make super this potato slices. Heat vegetable oil to 180c°
Cook ships until nicely brown. Be careful.
Shot with Sony A7RIII and Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 Art -lens.