This week has seen some very heavy rainfall. A local town near where I live received 82mm in 90 mins. That’s a Norwegian record.
Luckily for the first week of our 4 weeks holidays I’m at home. What to do in the rain? Have fun with my weather sealed camera, and getting to know my new photo editing software have been high on my list the past few days.
Leica Q2 Monochrom
PP. In Capture One 21
With lockdown easing here in Norway it was possible to attend an exhibition of treasures loaned to a local gallery by the closed National Gallery. There were some real Norwegian treasures to look at. A great day out.
Leica Q2 Monochrom
PP in Capture One (Yes. I’m trying out new Software. I’ve always missed Aperture and never felt totally at home in LR). Why did Apple give up on it? So, Tim Cooke when you read this, as I’m sure you do each week you will know my pain 😊
I’ve traveled though an area of Norway where I know you can see wild Reindeer but, in all my 30 years here had never seen one. Today I got to see some which wandered over the road in front of my car. I got to play wildlife photographer for a few minutes before they left.
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/4.0 PF ED VR
Nikon FTZ adapter
One of my favourite places in Norway is the village of Lærdal in the West Country. A lot of the village burnt down a few years ago. Luckily., if you can call it that, it was mostly the modern area that suffered.
Nikkor Z 24-70 f/4.0s
One of many thousands of cairns you can use to help find your way or note a summit while walking in the hills in Norway.
Nikkor 300mm f/4.0 PF.
As promised last week, here is a picture of the whole church, all wood and almost black with age. This church has survived with the least amount of alteration. Throughout Europe there where some 1000 wooden churches built this is one of the 28 left.
Fun fact: If you come from the village you can get married here.
Nikkor Z 24-70f/4 S
PP. Silver efexPro II