Last Thursday I had a day of from school, so I decided to head north to the lake of Finjasjön. The weather forecast for the day was a couple of degrees below zero and a little snow. As I didn't want to bike in the dark I left after sunrise, planing to catch the train going north. However I arrived to the station in disappointment, the train was cancelled. Typical. I had no intentions of going back home nor waiting on the next train, since they are hourly.
I decided to go by bike instead and regretting it as soon as I got out of my village. Snowmuddy roads and snowfalll isn't the best biking conditions. But now I was on my way and I didn't want to turn back. After a couple of kilometers I spotted a few deers on a distant field. Soon I was certain it was Fallow deers, and I knew how I wanted to capture them. I wanted the surrounding trees to fit in the pictures so I started of at a distance and moved closer along the edge of the field.
Anyway, I continued to the sewage damms of Hässleholm and did a lot of birding in the open damms. No real opportunity to photograph, however I noticed a Mute swan struggling in the ice. I thought I'd try to capture it with a wide lens, but I'm not to happy with the results. To make it worse I was pretty cold and in a hurry. I manged to catch the train back, which was a relief. After all it was an interesting and enjoyable trip through 30 kilometers of snowy Scania.