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Old Nov 29, 2009, 3:16 PM   #1
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November took away the fresh colors of summer and turned this grass into a pale yellow, but it's still handsome to look at, when the sun uses its magic-wand, between the heavy rainshowers that sweep across this coastal region.




The sun was only out for a few minutes, as the heavy and torn clouds raced across the sky.



This shot here was made 20 minutes after the top-one!

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Old Nov 29, 2009, 3:27 PM   #2
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Stunning Walter! The light is everything!

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Frankly, I'm surprised you're not inundated with snow.

These are beautiful... sun or not.
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November took away the fresh colors of summer and turned this grass into a pale yellow, but it's still handsome to look at, when the sun uses its magic-wand, between the heavy rainshowers that sweep across this coastal region.

The sun was only out for a few minutes, as the heavy and torn clouds raced across the sky.

This shot here was made 20 minutes after the top-one!

See ya!


Walter,

Oh, great pictures. And the light can change in a few moments. Also between not so dark and very dark. Brilliant. Your favourite motive, you wrote if I remember correctly

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bhammitt, gjtoth and Torgny!

Thank you all for your kind and encouraging words of recogintion!

BTW, talking about the weather and sunshine vs overcast skies.

On the meteorological news today, they annonced that in the area where I live (Fredrikstad), this November (as compared to other years) was the worst ever when it comes to rain and overcast sky. All of November 2009 only had a total of 17 hours of sun! That's 17 hours out of 720 hours.

Looks like I luckily cought some of those hours anyway, but it gives you some idea of what it's like to be a passionate photographer in Norway!

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P.S.: I don't think it was much better in Gothenburg, where Torgny lives, about 300 kms south of here.
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