The monster in the sky

Når man rusler rundt omkring er det utrolig hva man kan se om man bare følger litt med.  Og da er det viktig at man alltid har et kamera innen rekkevidde!
Jeg vet ikke hvilket navn eller art dette udyret har, men tanngarden er fryktinngydende!

Picture 9513bWhen you are just walking about, strange things might happen around you!  Then it’s important that you are on the alert, and that you have your camera within easy reach.

I don’t really know the race nor the name of this beast, but it’s teeth look kind of scary?
😀
(Compliments of SRB )

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11 Responses to The monster in the sky

  1. such clear pictures! and such a great subject…your Norway.🙂

  2. vestlending says:

    Så sulten ut den skyen!

  3. allesistgut says:

    Love the sky sculptures you share on your blog from time to time. Ha en fin helg!🙂

    • I do have some, the reason being that when I sit in the mountains looking at everything and nothing, I usually shoot some 360 degrees’ images to take home with me. I haven’t neccessarily seen anything there and then.
      So in the winter or in times with extremely bad weather I look at them again. This time optimizing contrasts, turning them around looking for motives. And at times I can find the most amazing scenes –
      But to see them, you need ‘the eye’!

  4. kalabalu says:

    monster so heavy yet it can fly, no wings no power still so high, who are you chasing and why?
    teeths are fluffy can not bite..just pour down and drown .but no more can you try🙂

  5. Yikes! I’d be on the lookout in case he brought any of his friends LOL

    • As long as you stay on the alert! And have a camera handy, ’cause it may be a matter of seconds before it’s gone again. But you might truely see a lot of strange figures up
      there . . .

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