For et par dager siden passerte restene av en tropisk storm over Norge og – en liten bit av det kom til min del av landet og akkurat når solen var forventet å gå ned. Under slike omstendigheter kan det hende at man får solnedganger litt utenom det vanlige? Og selvsagt tok jeg som vanlig 20-30 bilder, men erfaring har lært meg at det er det jo svært få som gidder å se på? Så her er et høyst begrenset utvalg som likevel vil gi dere en ide om hvordan det så ut?!
A couple of days ago the remains of a tropical storm in the Arlantic Ocean passed over Norway. Some of it struck the area where I live as well, and – just at the time of an expected sunset. Under such conditions a sunset may evolve into something out of the ordinary, and , of course, I shot my usual 20-30 pictures, but experience have thaught me that very few take the time to see them all. So here I’ll be presenting you with just a few, – enough to give you an idea of how it turned out.
For å få med de finere detaljer i skybildet ble det nødvendig å åpne for litt mer lys enn vanlig. Dermed ble selve solskiven dessverre litt utbrent og mye av omgivelsene veldig svarte, men strukturen i skybildet har jeg fått med!
To catgsh the finer details of the ‘cloud-picture’ it became necessary to open up for a bit more light than usual, and as a result the sun became partly ‘burned out’ and the outer rim of the picture became very dark, but – I dis catch the structure of the cloud-picture.
As the sun decended further, my problem gradually faded . . .
Here I’m shooting the sunset with a 600 mm lense in order to bring you the full impact
of the sun in an otherwise very ‘black world’!
With the sun closer to the horizon it starts to lighten up the underside of the clouds and the cloud picture starts to widen up. Here I have changed to a 200 mm lense.
In this picture you may see the other and much higher cloud ceiling of the day and get an idea about the remains of the lower storm clouds are coming in?
This last picture has been shot with a 24 mm lense taking in a sunset that has gradually become much wider, but – as usual – I think I went home much too early. So did my battery! ;-) But I hope you at least got an impression of this?
(Compliments of SRB)
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