Photo: Winter landscape, Vestvågøy, Lofoten Islands, Norway. Feb 16, 2013. 14:22
The light on Lofoten is not always magical and quite often you’ll have to make due with much less than ideal conditions. This day in particular had been dull and flat, low clouds casting near contrast-less gray light over the land. One of those days where I tend to drive in circles looking for something, yet often find nothing.
But Lofoten, particularly in winter, is more than glowing pink mountains and amazing sunsets. The islands are often bleak, weary, and forlorn. Skipping these moments means missing out on what the islands really are, while not always visually spectacular, the islands have more depth than the idealized illusion of them which we see posted all across the internet.
Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8
2 images – top, bottom