November evening

En helt vanlig novemberkveld ringte min telefon: ‘Du bør ta med deg kameraet og komme de deg ut!’ Naboene mine har etter hvert våknet til hva jeg holder på med og de passer på når noe skjer . . .
Jeg oppdaget jo fort at jeg igjen var ute i siste liten, men det gjør egentlig ikke så mye. Jeg får litt dypere farger ved dårligere belysning.
Bilde 008bOn an quite ordinary November evening my telephone rang:
‘You ought to get out here! And bring your camera!
My neighbours have discovered what I’m doing an d it doesn’t take much to make my phone ring . . .
And pretty fast I discovered that once more I was kind of late. Hovever, it doesn’t matter all that much since I’m getting deeper colors when the sun is extra low on the horizon.
Bilde 010bOg for at dere skal få med dere et helhetsinntrykk, så legger jeg inn et vertikalbilde som tar inn skybildet i full høyde!

And to give you a total impression of the whole thing, I’ll treat you to a vertical frame that catches the sky in full height.
Bilde 013bDet er kanskje best at jeg skyter et skudd av selve soleglansen før den forsvinner under horisonten?

Perhaps I’d better shoot the solar glare before it disappears underneath the horizon?
Bilde 015bSolen har forsvunnet, men den lyser fortsatt opp skyene rett over hodet mitt!
The sun has all but disappeared, but the light is still lighting up the skies just above my head.
Bilde 018bDagens siste stråler . . .
The last rays of the day . . .
Bilde 019bJeg står like ved Røyken kirke, og de flotte røde skyene danner en eksotisk ramme rundt den gamle kirken –

I’m standing close by the Roeyken church, and the fantastic red skies create an exotic frame around the old stone church –
Bilde 033bDet ble visst alt for idag? Og hvem vet vel hva morgendagen vil bringe?
That seems to be it for today? But who knows what tomorrow will bring?
(Compliments of SRB )

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23 Responses to November evening

  1. Evelyn says:

    I see you are also a photographer of sunsets. I have taken hundreds of photos of my native Denver skies sunsets and some of them are miraculously magnificent. Norway, hmm? They are very beautiful and you’ve captured them well. If you e-mail me back I’d like to give you private access to my sunset photos. I think you will enjoy them. Thanks for the look !
    The Castle Lady ; )

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, Evelyn –
      I’d love to see your Denver sunsets🙂 and allthough my e-mail is visible on the blog, I’ll save you the trouble of finding it.
      Sending you a mail!

  2. Red Sky at Night – Photographer’s Delight!

  3. Another Fabulous photo.. sending thoughts across the ocean..

  4. Det vart nokon flotte bilete!🙂

  5. kalabalu says:

    Glad you were in time to capture the display of strokes..

  6. kalabalu says:

    Reblogged this on My Blog portions and commented:
    the sun sent painted the sky as blooming flowers in natures garden

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