Lofoten, Norway: A Landscape Photographer's Dream
12 days ago - By Peta Pixel
Due to the pioneering adventures of a few, the Lofoten Islands have become a winter magnet for landscape photographers. Light has begotten this new pilgrimage. And February is the high season.
The month commences with 5 hours of daylight and ends with 10. The arc of the sun is low with the potential for casting rich light throughout much of the day. Infuse this winter light with landscapes of jagged, snow-covered peaks abruptly enclosing a populated archipelago of fishing islands, and you are presented with endless compositional possibilities. The brightly-colored waterside cabins add an...
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