Re-Arranging Nature

Av og til møter man uforutsette utfordringer. Som når man ønsker å vise frem spesielle belysninger, men uten å ha en solnedgang å støtte seg på. Dette var en slik kveld, men – dessverre så var min beste posisjon for å fotografere dette ‘lyset’ også en helt umulig posisjon – fotografisk sett! Så hva gjør man da? Jo, enten så går man bare inn igjen uten å ha tatt et bilde i det hele tatt, eller også gjør man slik jeg faktisk gjorde:
Jeg re-arrangerte mine nærmeste omgivelser på en slik måte at jeg kunne forsvare å dele et bilde med dere! Og her er det! Som dere ser er belysningen helt spesiell, men  – hvordan så original-motivet ut? Nysgjerrige?
Sometimes you face unforeseen challenges. Like when you want to show off special lighting, but without having a sunset to lean on. This was such an evening, but – unfortunately, my best position for photographing this ‘light’ was also a completely impossible position – photographically speaking! So what do you do then? Yes, either you just go back in without taking a picture at all, or you do as I actually did: I re-arranged my immediate surroundings in such a way that I could justify sharing a photo with you! And here it is! As you can see, the lighting is very special, but – what did the original motif look like? Curious?
Well, sånn så det altså ut: Med en diger stolpe og et spidelvev av elektriske ledninger og dertil en del tak, takrenner og andre elementer – nå fjernet. Jeg tror vel kanskje dere hadde
større glede av det første? Men ellers bør man selvsagt ikke tukle med naturen rundt seg?!

Well, this is what it looked like: With a huge pole and a spider web of electrical wires and a number of roofs, gutters, and other elements – now removed. I think maybe you had greater enjoyment of the first? But otherwise, one should of course not tamper with the nature around us ?!

(Compliments of SRB)
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8 Responses to Re-Arranging Nature

  1. -Eugenia says:

    How fascinating that you can remove the pole and overhead wires. Both pictures are good, but the first one shows off nature’s finery with out any clutter.

  2. Vicki says:

    Either photo is good. Sometimes poles and wires make you appreciate the beautiful view and lighting conditions all the more.

  3. I like both versions. Amazing how you were able to remove the pole, wires, gutters! ❤ Have a great day!

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, when you see how nature looks in some parts of the world, it is a shame! In some places at least 10 times worse compared to my original, and –
      to do it is somewhat time-consuming, but possible! Keep safe, Cheryl!

  4. utesmile says:

    That is great you can remove that…. the light there looks just amazing with or without pole. The picture without is though definitley nicer.

    • Seenorway says:

      I thought so too, so of course, I did take a picture, but before sharing I felt compelled to do something to enhance the finished picture.
      But now you have also seen the original. It is a marked difference – yesss! 😉

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