A sudden drop in temps of over 15°C in less than 20 minutes?
Yupp in Svalbard, the last resort before the north pole... this stream froze in front of my eyes while i was working some wideangle compositions. The intricate details fascinated me so i swapped lenses and got a little closer.
Good arctic memories with my friends @stianmklo@tommysimonsenphotography@svalbard1979#svalbard#norway
Moody nights in the north of Norway 😍
Thanks a ton for all the love for my cityscapes in stories. Yes, besides landscapes i really love shooting cityscapes and maybe i have some nice projects in these regards coming up soon 🙌
I'm pretty sure you have never seen this, right 😇
Have a crackin' weekend guys!
P.S. Low tide looks weird at this place 😂
Just realized it's only few weeks until my yearly trip to Lofoten in Norway 😱 excited is an understatement!
Where's your first trip of the year guiding you?
Oh well that was quick. Happy new year friends, hope you had a fun holiday time.
Here a pristine view from my living room in Norway 🙌
I called this image "silence" as that was what i felt while shooting it. The pristine view, the fresh snow of the night and this special kind of silence that doesn't feel weird, but like a good friend instead.
I am thankful to have you wonderful bunch of people around here and i wish you a good end of the year 💗
Be nice to each other- catch you on the flipside 🌈
2 hours of soak- 2 minutes of stoke 🌧️
Best tip for landscape photography that comes to my mind: get proper clothing for rainy weather to endure the times where it comes down on ya😀
Hope you survived christmas 🙌
Time for another personal favourite, this one was also chosen for the best nightscapes of the year at @500px
I uploaded like 3 images there in 2017 so that's cool.
I will also use this to wish you a fantastic christmas and a good end of this year my friends.
Thank you for still following along, i promise there's a lot of good stuff coming in 2018 💗
Another fave of this year, well shot some longer ago but processed and finished this year.
Views like this one are almost hard to avoid when roaming around Torres del Paine national parc in Chile. Guess I can live with that 😂
Have you been there?