Tonight’s Late-Show

Jeg satt egentlig og fulgte med på kveldens gamle James Bond-film da jeg ut av øyekroken oppdaget at noe antagelig var i ferd med å skje der oppe på himmelen. Og siden det er en grense for hva som anses rimelig eller urimelig innen film-verdenen, så forlot jeg James Bond til hans skjebne – hvor håpløst det enn så ut, grep mitt kamera og ga meg naturen i vold!

Det ble etter hvert et fantastisk skue, og til tider like urimelig som en James Bond-film. Jeg kunne skyte motiver i alle retninger, med forskjellige formater, brennvidder og innstillinger forøvrig, – alt med tanke på å gi dere et fantastisk lite lys-show i ettertid.

Dette er å betrakte som en ‘teaser’, – et forvarsel om noe dere bør få med dere. Men jeg trenger en del tid på etterbehandling av nesten 75 bilder! Derfor blir resten sendt i puljer etter hvert som jeg blir ferdig. Se og nyt!
Actually I was folllowing tonight’s James Bond-film when I from the corner of my eye observed that something seemed to be happening up there in the sky. And since there’s a limit to what seems reasonable or not in a James Bond-movie, I decided to leave Mr Bond to his fate, as bleak as it might look, grabbed my camera and gave in to nature!

Gradually it became  a fantastic light-show, and at times just as unlikely as any Bond-movie.  Like Mr Bond, I could shoot (and hit) in any direction, at any level, with different formats, apartures or shutter speeds with the intentions to give you all a small fantastic light-show today.

Please regard this as a ‘teaser’, an alert to what are to come, but – I need some time to process nearly 75 pictures! Therefore the rest will be published in groups as they are finished. Please observe and enjoy. (And you may alert your friends to what’s coming?)
(Compliments of SRB )
Please return me to INDEX for a new destination

 

 

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10 Responses to Tonight’s Late-Show

  1. munyingnying says:

    What’s the span of time between the 75 pictures? Was the last shot taken when the sky finally went into total darkness? (Too many questions! 🙂 )

  2. vestlending says:

    Fantastisk! I realy look forward to the next pickture!

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, Vestlending –
      The respons so far has been less than expected! Perhaps people have gone fed up with sunsets? But – I do have an experiment picture shot in ‘RAW’ but coverted to something in between that I’ll be happy to send you directly.
      I made this because it will show the sunset in full height, and that’s something that is usually not seen in JPG-pictures.
      As for the rest of the pictures (I have so far processed about 15-20 of them) I’ll have to see whether people express an interest in seeing such pictures any more. If not, I might be turning to another kind of motives in the future.

  3. Seenorway says:

    Thank you, Monika.
    You just wait and see what’s coming to you! Please stay tuned!

  4. Hello
    Great photos! Norway is beautiful.
    Greetings Monika

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