Photo: Myrland beach, Flakstadøy, Lofoten Islands, Norway. September 1, 2013. 20:55
Formerly, the beach at Myrland was a place I only visited on rare occasions. But in the last year, perhaps because I have grown tired of some of the other beaches, I have often found myself walking on its sands. Or perhaps it is a more fitting location for Spring and late Summer, with the location of the sun setting in the sea. I don’t kno
Two days after my sprained ankle at Kvalvika beach, I was limited to where I could go. The light was promising and the day had been a fine one. I would have climbed a mountain where it possible, but I was still resorting to hobbling around and using one of my trekking poles as a makeshift crutch.
One of the reasons I like the beach at Myrland is that there are large, isolated boulders in the tide line. This gives the beach a multitude of subjects to use for foreground elements in what would be an otherwise somewhat boring photo. I think it is now my new favorite beach…
Nikon 24mm f/3.5 tilt-shift
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