This is perhaps what Winter photography on Lofoten is all about, mountains glowing pink in the low hanging sun. In mid January, this would be your view the entire day. However by mid February, the sun rises sufficiently high were only the first hour of the day will provide this sort of light.
Having stayed up somewhat late the previous night shooting a fantastic display of the Northern Lights I was perhaps a bit sluggish to leave my sleeping bag this morning; also aided by the fact that this was the coldest day of the entire trip. Lucky for me, the sun moves slow in the north, leaving enough time for a lazy photographer to prepare for the day.
Having slept in the car at the parking lot in Å, not my preferred sleeping place, but all the others were covered in deep snow, I figured heading to the tourist viewpoint in Reine would probably be my best bet. The upper view point was already crowded with others, so I headed down to the lower one, which few people seemed to visit for some reason. I like the view from here better anyhow. And so, I now have yet another image of Olstind, a mountain that I’ll probably never grow tired of photographing.
Nikon 24-70 f-2.8