The guys over at Field & Forest recently picked up some of my images along with a short story about my recent little weekend adventure out in the High Fens and published it on their Journal
Field and Forest is a sort of celebration of adventure and discovery. Founded by Megan McLellen and Emanuel Smedbøl, who wanted to share the joys being in the wilderness, and to show that you don’t need to be an extreme athlete or wealthy or whatever to have a good time outdoors. All you need is a weekend or evening off, and the curiosity to see something new.
Field and Forest is a collection of some of their favourite trips and experiences, offered here as a hint, a tiny flickering flame of ideas or inspiration.
Introduction to my story:
COMING HOME: A NIGHT OUT IN BELGIUM
What do you do when you haven’t been in your home country in 4 years and an old army comrade and fellow photographer hits you up to catch up with old times?
Yes! you pack your tent, hammock, a fire stone and some good vibes and find the most remote and pulled back spot, set up camp, start a fire and exchange the missed out stories of the last 4 years. We camped near the biggest natural reserve Belgium has to offer: The High Fens. Not only the highest point of the country, but also the wettest. You see, Belgium isn’t known for it’s sunny weather and it’s really a matter of…
Thanks for sharing my story Field and Forest!