Tag Archives: Sør-Trøndelag
Fjord by tucucumba
The Portal by CHoiberg
I had been imagening this shot ever since I noticed this place a couple years ago. I always figured this would be a quite difficult shot to pull of, as the narrow bridge I’m standing on is in a awkward position considering the angle of this gorge.
By hanging my camera and tripod out from the bridge, I manage to find a composition I felt would work. Now the next challenge is the vast difference in light, from the darkest shadows in the rocks to the very bright sky above. I needed 7(!) images to fully capture the dynamic range.
I loved the dark red skies floating on the sky, making this a pretty dramatic view. Not sure if this would be the entrance or exit to Hell, what do you think?
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Aurora over NTNU university main building by Aziz_Nasuti
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Waiting for tomorrow II by Nordhaug-photography
In early june, the sun is barely under the horizon in Norway. When the skies are right, this can result in hours of wonderful light during night. This was captured half an hour before midnight.
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Flying in the midnight sunset Ekne Norway by Aziz_Nasuti
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Trondheim In Blue Hours! by Aziz_Nasuti
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Amazing sunset Over Nidarosdomen Trondheim by Aziz_Nasuti
Nidaros Cathedral is a Church of Norway, located in the city of Trondheim in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. Built over the burial site of Saint Olaf, the king of Norway in the 11th century, who became the patron saint of the nation.
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Nidelva the Mirror of Trondheim by Aziz_Nasuti
Nidelva is the name of Trondheim’s river which passes through the city. Here you can see the beautiful wooden houses of the city which are located in both asides of the river. When it is calm really you can not distinguish between the real stuff and their reflection in the nidelva. Nidelven has its very own song, Nidelven Stille og Vakker du er (“Nidelven [how] Still and Beautiful you are”).
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Hilde Storm over Trondheim and Nidelva river! by Aziz_Nasuti
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