Britt-Marie Elfgren

Free Account, Märsta

About me

Im 32 years old. Engaged, no kids.
Work in a daycare with 5 year olds.
My hobbies: reading, play games, crossstiching, and of course, take photos. Also like to travel.
My favourite animal is butterflies, but i also like dogs and cats.
I live in beautiful Sweden

Comments 8

  • Ken Alvin Jenssen 17/12/2009 7:02

    Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
    Hope the fairytail grant all your vishes!
    Ken Alvin Jenssen

    Best Regards
    Ken Alvin Jenssen
  • Krishan Kk 18/10/2007 21:27

    how are you .....? im krishan gupta,an artist and have a small gallery in udaipur, india, I like your fotos very much.......Pls. be in touch with me.....
  • Marcel K. 14/10/2007 23:48

    thanks a lot for you comment...Greets from Germany!

  • Dianna 14/10/2007 19:47

    Britt...Thank you for your visit and comment to this photo! :-)
    I welcome your thoughts and critiques always!
    Thought you'd enjoy this photo also! ;-)
    Take Time To Color
    Take Time To Color
    Have a great upcoming week!
  • Raj 12/10/2007 5:57

    hi britt marie elfgren :) hahaha its called tida here in pakistan :) thanks for likness :) thanks alot :)
  • Ken Alvin Jenssen 10/10/2007 22:58

    Thanks for comment on my bird picture, i use to get shutter speed high as possible by using iso, and lowest apperures f2,8 - f5,6 all depend on light awalible.
    I also use tripod or other surfaces for suport of camera.
    I shot the picture you left comment on from my window and had support for my camera from the windows frame,
    I been starting to set up lot of birds feeders in my garden and get a lot of birds "wanting to be capertured".
    Remeber butterflyes are much easier to capture at early morning, they moves much slower at that time.

    Best wishes

  • Jeanne Chase 10/10/2007 22:40

    Thank you for stopping by and commenting on my picture :) The picture was taken in Maine and the night before it was below freezing. There were several flowers with bees who just wouldn't move (I shook the flower and they didn't move) :) So I assumed they were frozen :) But you're right, they might have been sleeping :)

    Thanks again,
  • felidae. 09/10/2007 22:44

    Welcome to the
    We`re glad that you`ve found this place to share your passion for photography.

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    Enjoy the fotocommunity! :-) :-) :-)

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