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    [–] Autumn is coming (in Norway) [OC] [2048x1365] Fishermang 2 points ago in EarthPorn

    Let me see, if you drive the bridge to Fredvang and turn left and follow the road along the fjord, you will after a short while reach a fork in the road. Take the turn to the right, the road there either immediately or very quickly turns into a sand-road (like there is no asphalt). You will then have the same fjord on your left side. The picture is taken somewhere along this area. Drive carefully, there a ton of bunnies hopping around!

    [–] Sunsets during autumn storms are the best sunsets - Trondheim, Norway [OC] [1000x1500] Fishermang 1 points ago in EarthPorn

    Thanks, I was very happy I found this line and curve for the composition. Sometimes those shapes don't show up until the shadows grow strong before the sun goes down, no matter how much searching and planning you do before hand! Very cool you noticed this.

    [–] Sunsets during autumn storms are the best sunsets - Trondheim, Norway [OC] [1000x1500] Fishermang 6 points ago in EarthPorn

    No, it is behind Geitfjellet, actually right on the edge of Bymarka. Below there you can see what is Byneset. Storheia is about 2kms to the left from here.

    [–] Sunsets during autumn storms are the best sunsets - Trondheim, Norway [OC] [1000x1500] Fishermang 2 points ago in EarthPorn

    16-35 mm USM II from Canon. I just upgraded for the III version, which is technically sharper and better in all ways, but I am going to miss this sun star a lot. The third version has more rays, but they seem to be the same size and shape, while the II makes them a bit diverse it seems.

    [–] Sunsets during autumn storms are the best sunsets - Trondheim, Norway [OC] [1000x1500] Fishermang 6 points ago in EarthPorn

    To be honest I was about to turn back home when the grey clouds covered the sky. They blew in fast. I wanted to reach this top and it wasn't far, so I decided to give it a go, and at least get a work-out out of it. For some reason the clouds stopped just above the horizon, which happens very very seldom. The light show it gives is off the charts though, the strong sunlight has a really cool effect on heavy clouds.

    This was with Canon 5d mark IV and 16-35mm lens.If anyone would be interested to in seeing more pics, you can find them on my homepage or instagram.

    [–] Bewitching autumn light - first shot of autumn this year. Trondheim, Norway [OC] [2048x1770] Fishermang 1 points ago in EarthPorn

    I know! Still not sure if it actually is safe to wander the mountains or not, but if there is no real danger involved it would be awesome to go..!

    [–] Bewitching autumn light - first shot of autumn this year. Trondheim, Norway [OC] [2048x1770] Fishermang 1 points ago in EarthPorn

    Yeah, looks like I have to cancel my trip to Romsdalen tomorrow.. had planned nine days of mountain exploration there, but now it says non stop rain for 7-8 days, jordskredfare, and the good old "Mannen" has "farenivå rød" as of this morning!

    [–] Bewitching autumn light - first shot of autumn this year. Trondheim, Norway [OC] [2048x1770] Fishermang 1 points ago in EarthPorn

    We had a lot of sun, so it bloomed well for a while. Now we are getting a bunch of storms that probably will end things the same way

    [–] Bewitching autumn light - first shot of autumn this year. Trondheim, Norway [OC] [2048x1770] Fishermang 9 points ago in EarthPorn

    This shot is taken earlier this September. I think it is fascinating how the trees at 400 meters height above sea level already have a lot of autumn colors, while leaves just 300 meters and below are still green. And so it goes downhill, so to speak, gradually. Maybe this is how we get grey hair too? I don't know. Imagine if we got autumn colored hair instead of grey hair?

    Anyway, the shot is taken with these specs: 16mm, ƒ/11, 1/1s, ISO 800. I didn't use ISO 100 because I needed a faster shutter speed to avoid as much blur in the trees due to winds as possible.

    The sunset looks this strong because these are actually heavy rain clouds. They didn't manage to reach the horizon till the sun went down. That's why it gives off this strong reddish color and looks all shiny and stuff.

    I took this shot with Canon 5d mark IV and 16-35mm lens, on a tripod (I mean the camera was on the tripod, not me). And if anyone is interested to in seeing more pics, you can find them on my homepage or instagram.

    [–] First shot of autumn in full bloom - Trondheim, Norway [OC] [2048x1770] Fishermang 1 points ago in EarthPorn

    This shot is taken earlier this September. I think it is fascinating how the trees at 400 meters height above sea level already have a lot of autumn colors, while leaves just 300 meters and below are still green. And so it goes downhill, so to speak, gradually. Maybe this is how we get grey hair too? I don't know. Imagine if we got autumn colored hair instead of grey hair?

    Anyway, the shot is taken with these specs: 16mm, ƒ/11, 1/1s, ISO 800. I didn't use ISO 100 because I needed a faster shutter speed to avoid as much blur in the trees due to winds as possible.

    The sunset looks this strong because these are actually heavy rain clouds. They didn't manage to reach the horizon till the sun went down. That's why it gives off this strong reddish color and looks all shiny and stuff.

    I took this shot with Canon 5d mark IV and 16-35mm lens, on a tripod (I mean the camera was on the tripod, not me). And if anyone is interested to in seeing more pics, you can find them on my homepage or instagram.

    [–] Northern lights in Lofoten (Norway) [OC] [1800x1188] Fishermang 1 points ago in EarthPorn

    Thanks, yeah I keep stressing about that a bit as it involves reuploading all the images anew hehe. But thanks for the reminder. Glad you enjoyed the photo!

    [–] Northern lights in Lofoten (Norway) [OC] [1800x1188] Fishermang 2 points ago in EarthPorn

    The days in mid-end September start around 7 AM and finish around 8 PM if i am not mistaken. bring a pair of flashlights anytime - you never know how much longer a simple trip could turn out.

    [–] Northern lights in Lofoten (Norway) [OC] [1800x1188] Fishermang 1 points ago in EarthPorn

    Sorry, summer is no good :D Summer is when you have constant sun, so the sky never actually gets dark. I think mid-end of September would be the best gamble!