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Happy Easter


Check out some of my new posts on my blog.

Click on the headlines to see more photos on the posts.

http://www.sceneryfocus.com/category/photography/

 

Wish you all a happy Easter

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Old winery and amazing sunset


I was out photographing yesterday and here are the links to the new posts on my new website.

I welcome you to follow my new blog 🙂

http://www.sceneryfocus.com/2012/02/27/amazing-sunset/

 

http://www.sceneryfocus.com/2012/02/27/oldwinery/

 

Have a nice day, and thank you for visiting my blog.

See photos of the northern light in Norway


Hi, since I’ve got a new website and still have some followers here I wanted to let you know that I’ve posted some photos of the northern light in the south of Norway tonight. I hope you’ll check it out 🙂

 

http://www.sceneryfocus.com/2012/01/23/the-northern-light-tonight/

Photography course part 1


The weekend has finally arrived. I have arrived Langedrag with a friend to attend a photography course.

We went out to photograph the moon and the stars tonight and as we walked in the park with our headlamps we could see the eyes of the lynxes and the wolves.It was an amazing feeling standing in the dark photographing with those animals so close to you. Here are a photograph I took tonight.

Noctilucent clouds


 

These are some photos I took around 00.00 tonight in the south of Norway. I’ve seen these clouds a couple of times in my life and they fascinates me. These clouds are the highest clouds you find in the earths atmosphere. They are located in the mesosphere at an altitude about 76 to 85 kilometers.

“They are normally too faint to be seen, and are visible only when illuminated by sunlight from below the horizon while the lower layers of the atmosphere are in the Earth’s shadow. Noctilucent clouds are not fully understood and are a recently discovered meteorological phenomenon ;there is no evidence that they were observed before 1885.

Noctilucent clouds can form only under very restrictive conditions; their occurrence can be used as a sensitive guide to changes in the upper atmosphere. Since they are a relatively recent classification, the occurrence of noctilucent clouds appears to be increasing in frequency, brightness and extent. It is theorized that this increase is connected to climate change.” – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noctilucent_cloud

 

 

 

 

 

To the moon and back


The moon today, trying out my new remote for my camera at night.