after two days of snow and grey cloudy dull weather where I walked and saw people making pictures (I was thinking why? there is no light!?), the sun can out on Thursday, so I got ready for some shooting at sunrise.
Here one of the most iconic mountains, Olstinden, "only" 675 meters above sea level, but you have to notice it starts right at sea level!
on doit ronger son frein en attendant une hypothétique trouée! Tu as dû te réveiller tôt pour être sûr de ne pas louper les premiers rayons de soleil sur la montagne enneigée,L'utilisation d'une très longue pose a rendue l'eau soyeuse et permis d'enregistrer la réflexion de la montagne illuminée.
Wow that's a beautiful image, Didier, it sort of shows the feelings "ahhh the sun's back". Very nice the slightly milky-ish foreground, it fits the rough terrain perfectly. As always after the snow and rain and fog, the sensation to have the sun back is always the same.
Your photo shows this grand landscape in a wonderful way. The morning light here creates a somehow nearly solemn atmosphere. What a breathtaking sight! Lofoten Islands for me are one of the most beautiful corners of Europe.
Greetings from nearly summerly Germany!
It does feel like a waste of time to pull out the camera when all is gray. The sun poses it's own challenges, but with your big gray filter allowed you to capture a magical sky! My ship broke down before we made it to Loften so I still have unfinished business in Norway. GLF, Pat