Night Panorama – Drammen

Jeg fikk anledning til å ta et par panorama-bilder fra Drammen, og siden de ikke ble så aller verst, så deler jeg dem her. De er tilsynelatende ganske like, men er tatt med litt forskjellige innstillinger. Så får jeg heller overlate til dere å vurdere om jeg har fått med nok av månelys og aftentåke i horisonten?
The other night I had the opportunity to take a couple of panoramic photos from Drammen, and since they did not turn not too bad, I decided to share them here.
They are apparently quite similar, but have been shot with slightly different settings.
Thus I rather leave it to you to decide whether I have succeeded getting enough of the moonlight and night fog on the horizon?

(Compliments of SRB)
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10 Responses to Night Panorama – Drammen

  1. Rupali says:

    Lovely shots. I have never been to Drammen.

  2. Eugi says:

    These photos are stunning, Svein! They display such a beautiful array of lights! I prefer the top photo as the lights appear softened.

  3. utesmile says:

    It looks beautiful, I prefer the top picture too. Surely Winter and snow is on its way!

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, Ute –
      Thanks for the response. Well,- here in the ‘low-lands’ (where I live), we have had only one day in Mid-September with a spot of snow. All gone within the next 24 hour, but of course, snow will be coming! And it is drawing closer and closer. Another week perhaps,
      and our world might turn all white . . .

  4. Verle in western Canada says:

    I was getting concerned as you had not posted in a month. I prefer the top picture because the bottom picture shows the harsh lights of a big city.
    Any snow yet?

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, Verle –
      Yes, I noted the same. The city of Oslo is located in that direction, but with a distance of approximately 30 miles it should not have affected the lighting from the moon?
      Snow? Well, we had a sport of snow mid-September, but it lasted for 24 hours only, but –
      this depends where in the country one lives. At higher altitudes (like 2500 feet) they have had snow for several weeks by now and some mountain roads have been closed for
      all traffic for as much as 8 hours at a time. It is that time of the year, I guess!

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