Winter is loosening her clutches a bit early this year. This is Natthall, an elevated spot above the Rönne å river in the south of Sweden. The whole area was once a shallow sea, back when the dinosaurs roamed 190 million years ago, but the waters have since subsided and multiple eroded volcanoes pierce the view. The rocks I stand on are a volcanic diabase, probably thrown here from the nearby Gällabjer volcano.
Sony ILCE-7M2, Nikon 24mm f/2.8 AI-s and a bicycle.