Oct.16th Sunset

På denne tiden av året er det ikke så mye annet enn solnedganger å fotografere. Selvsagt kunne jeg publisere noen gamle bilder fra i fjor eller enda lengre tilbake og satse på at ingen husket dem, men – det er så rart med det når himmelen åpner seg som den gjorde denne kvelden. Og – når det kommer til stykket – så tror jeg vel at de fleste ville se denne solnedgangen? Som vanlig angriper jeg oppgaven fra litt forskjellige vinkler og innstillinger. Håper dere blir fornøyde!?At this time of year, there is not much other than sunsets to photograph. Of course, I could publish some old photos from last year or even further back and hope that no one remembered them, but – it’s a bit strange  when the sky opens up like it did this evening. And – when it comes down to it – I guess most people would appreciate a sunset like this one?  As usual, I work the task from slightly different angles and settings. Hope you are happy with the result!
Et ‘panorama-bilde’ ved denne anledning.
This time – a ‘panorama shot’
Litt annerledes? Det er fordi dette bildet er tatt rett mot øst og at solnedgangen egentlig finner sted bak min høyre skulder, men altså en litt forskjellig atmosfære!

A bit different this time? That is because this shot has been taken due East whilst the sunset is actually tkin place over my right shoulder, but – a bit different atmosphere – yes!
(Compliments of SRB)
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25 Responses to Oct.16th Sunset

  1. Do you have northern lights, there?

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi Paola,
      Normally NOT where I live! But a few days back our papers did inform us about certain irregularities in the sun and that people would possibly be able to observe the
      borealis (Northern Light) as far South as Germany!!!
      I did, of course, check it out – camera in hand – but no! Not even the faintest glimmer of the Northern Lights where I live, ande then certainly not in Germany either! 🙂
      If you want to experience it (and you can never be certain), but at least you would need to go North as far as to the ‘Polar Circle- (23 degs North ), but there would still be no guarantees!

      Nice to see you back! Have you registered your new blog as a follower to SeeNorway
      again? At least then you will be alerted when something new breaks.

  2. laborsettadelledonne says:

    Amazing pictures!!! I would like so much to go to Norway once. Do you have any suggestions for a trip of about two weeks? I know it’s not a long time, but for this reason I would like to make the best out of ite 😉
    Have anice day 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      I would be lying if I told you I had not! After all I have been living in this country most of my life. Besides I have been actively working inside the tourist industry for nearly 8 years (in my younger days), but – much has changed over the last 30 years. Also the costs of travelling! And there is the question of personal safety to consider. Not that we have a criminal risk travelling through Norway (Norway would be one of the safest countries in the world to visit), but we do still battle the corona pandemic – as do all other countries as well!
      I mention this because it would be much safer to be able to travel by your own private car than using trains, busses, airplanes a.s.o.
      It would also give you more flexibilty as choices go.
      Next: Norway is an enormous country stretching nearly 1200 miles from South to the North and – you would be driving approximately 2500 miles in total (provided you would be wanting to return home?) 🙂 But – you don’t have to see it all! And – if you are living very far away, it would perhaps be a solution to travel to Norway by air and then charter a car on special terms (say 14 days rental) from the airport? Now – before you go, please use my blog to get the ‘lay of the land’ before you work out from where you wish to see more!
      Digital travel is yet free! I would suggest your first move to be: Please google ‘Norwegian Old Counties’, and if possible print out the maps presented! Learn the where-abouts of each and every county!
      Your next move is to open any post on my blog. At the bottom of this post you will find a hyperlink (higlighted in purple and red) leading to my ‘INDEX’. Here you will find the names of the ‘Counties’ you have just been studying. Choose one, hold down your Ctrl-button, select a post and activate it by clicking ‘GOTO’ at the far left on the line. My photo-report will open up!
      All pictures may be enlarged up to two times by clicking directly on the pictures. Use ‘Escape’ for returning to normal viewing.
      When you are through with the report, you may use the link at the bottom of the report, or – you may simply ‘x’ out (Top right corner) and you will be returned to the Index for a new choice!
      And – when you have made up your mind where in Norway to go, please contact me again!

      • laborsettadelledonne says:

        Thank you so much for the useful information. I will look up in order to try to see as much as possible. Even before COVID I always preferred to drive than using public transport… So you can imagine now 😉
        Thanks again, if we manage to organize it it would be in next spring/summer. I will definitely inform you on which route to follow 🤗

    • Seenorway says:

      Depending on your interests! And how much time and money you will put into it.
      Norway is approximately 1200 miles long. You would probably be able to drive from the Southern end to the Northern end in 30-35 hours provided you had 2 separate drivers
      exchanging to drive, but – you would have less time til sleep, eat nor experience the sights. 2 weeks ar a sensible time, but you will be needing to plan ahead.
      When the time comes, I’ll be happy to help when I have an idea what you would wish to experience!

  3. -Eugi ☕️ says:

    Glorious shots, Svein, and the last one is exceptional!

  4. Wow! That sunset had a great photoshoot! ❤ All the best!

  5. Dirk says:

    veldig fint lys og flott stemning !

    • Seenorway says:

      Takk. Hvordan går det der oppe?

      • Dirk says:

        Det går veldig bra. Det blir mørkere og mørkere og vinteren er rett rundt hjørnet. Jeg håper å få gode vinterbilder snart.

        • Seenorway says:

          Er du så langt mot nord at du kan regne med nordlys-bilder?

          • Dirk says:

            Nei, Romsdal og Nordmøre, men jeg kjører ofte lenger nord for å ta bilder. Vi ser ikke nordlyset like mye her som i nord, men likevel relativt ofte.

            • Seenorway says:

              Men det er jo flott på Nord-Møre også?! Laget i sin tid en ganske bred fotoreportasje fra
              ‘Atlanterhavsveien’. Skriver du inn ‘Atlanterhavsveien’ i det lille vinduet til høyre (forside)
              og klikker på ‘Enter-knappen’, så finner du den sikkert.
              Ellers vil jeg – siden du nok er godt kjent med norsk geografi – utfordre deg til å ta i bruk
              min ‘INDEX’ som gjør det mulig å finne ting laaangt raskere enn tilfeldige søk i det tradisjonelle arkivet. Du finner en direkte link til ‘INDEX’ i bunnen av alle innlegg!
              (Langt over 2000 innlegg!)

            • Dirk says:

              ok, takk. Det skal jeg sjekke ut

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