Це вже, мабуть, остання серія фотографій золотої, теплої осені( •
Буду зігріватись спогадами нашої поїздки, цими фотографіями і батареєю в кімнаті)
Шкода, що вона (осінь) так швидко закінчилась. Чесно, я навіть не помітив цього.
Пам'ятаю як недавно вибирав між футболкою і кофтою, а зараз як мінімум дві кофти + куртка😄
Одним словом вдягайтеся тепліше скоро канікули🤗
(До речі, помічаєте зменшення ДЗ? Я НІ)
After shooting incredible aurora from 7-3 in the morning @jannishagels and me decided that we should already move some kilometers east to be closer to our next destination, that was Kilpisjärvi in extreme NW Finland. On the way we stopped a couple of times to shoot some more aurora that was by then not so bright but moved at an incredible speed, almost looking like faint lightning bolts that crawl across the sky.
Shortly before the intersection towards Tromsø I spotted a well defined mountain range next to us and we decided to check out if we could get any reflections out of it as there was practically no wind resulting in the Steinfjord being flat as a mirror.
Jannis went first to find a good location in particular and I went a bit later, almost struggling to sleep after so many impressive things hailed down on me throughout this sleepless night.
The night before some snow storms left the higher mountains partially covered in white, which not only made them look a bit like part of the Himalayas but also changed the perception of height and added an enormous amount of contrast in this vertical pano that consists of four shot.
So there we stood in freezing temperatures, shooting constantly while sporadic Orionid-Meteors rushed across the sky. -7 degrees after a sleepless night might sound like a fight agains frost, but nature‘s show kept us going and erased the feeling of discomfort you might expect to encounter in such more or less hostile conditions.
I was absolutely stoked to see the outcome on the computer and once again I‘m glad that the D4s can handle high iso setting without much of a problem as all of the shots were taken at iso 5.000.
Here I am now with an early favorite of this most recent trip, still tired and exhausted from basically not sleeping for more than a week, but full of good memories and always knowing in the back of my head that I didn‘t even touch all the good pictures yet. -