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Old Oct 7, 2009, 3:19 PM   #1
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Well, not exactly night, but early in the morning at about 05:00 AM - before the sun came up, so technicly it's still night - right?



Place: The old smallboat-harbour at Viker in the Hvaler Archipelago in the south of Norway - about halv an hours drive from my home.

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Old Oct 8, 2009, 2:27 PM   #2
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Well, not exactly night, but early in the morning at about 05:00 AM - before the sun came up, so technicly it's still night - right?



Place: The old smallboat-harbour at Viker in the Hvaler Archipelago in the south of Norway - about halv an hours drive from my home.

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Wonderful scenery. The edge given by the sunlit roof

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Old Oct 8, 2009, 2:50 PM   #3
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...The edge given by the sunlit roof..
Thank you for you well appreciated comments!

Actually, Torgny - the orange light-spot on the tin-roof on the shed is in fact from the lamp-posts - you can see it on the boats as well, and on the jetty, as the sun wasn't really out yet, at that time of exposure. This is a long time exposure, on tripod.

There are lamp-posts from the shed, all the way out to the red-roofed hut on the jetty lighting up the small-boat berths.

Thanks again. Its not a good photo really, more of a tourist-picture, really...


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Another really good HDR. You have captured that early morning feel with the street lights. Again the detail is awesome. I mean seeing waves and hydro lines in the dark. Nice.
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Old Oct 8, 2009, 4:55 PM   #5
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Thank you for you well appreciated comments!

Actually, Torgny - the orange light-spot on the tin-roof on the shed is in fact from the lamp-posts - you can see it on the boats as well, and on the jetty, as the sun wasn't really out yet, at that time of exposure. This is a long time exposure, on tripod.

There are lamp-posts from the shed, all the way out to the red-roofed hut on the jetty lighting up the small-boat berths.

Thanks again. Its not a good photo really, more of a tourist-picture, really...


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Didn't read your sub text first time. Anyhow, it would be great to walk over the cliffs and onto the jetty awaiting a new morning

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