Photo: Winter Reflection on Kjerkfjord, near Reine, Moskenesøy, Lofoten Islands, Norway. Jan 6, 2010. 13:35
In the short days of early January the sun barely rises above the southern horizon. If the sky is clear, then several hours of wonderful twilight is what a photographer will be rewarded with.
It is a rare event when all elements align perfectly, but when they do, there is perhaps no better place in the world to be than Lofoten, well, at least for those of us that like winter.
Nearing Reine, the fjord was almost perfectly still and they sky glowed pink. In the distance, the snow covered mountains between Vindstad and Kjerkfjord reflected in the calm waters. I knew I had precious little time on this day to get to as many places as possible. Yet everywhere I looked was something amazing. If I were able to stop the clock, then this this day could have lasted a full year…
Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8