This post is nothing more then another description of my next photo tour experience to fishing village of Reine located in Northern Norway. I have been never interested in indulging myself in exploring commercial photography places that Reine might be widely perceived as. However, this place is an exception. Due to its never ending discoverability and photogenic nature you are able to chase the light and capture mesmerizing shots in various locations here. The actual frame depicts beautifully lit Olstinden mountain sitting close to Kirkefjord. This photography location from which I was exposing this photography is the little but demanding hill sandwiched between Kirkefjord and Reine itself. The experience costed me much energy by running frantically with my tripod and another heavy gear only to pop up on time to capture this absolutely photogenic sunset. The slopes of the hill are covered with glacial erratics blanketed with a thick layer of moss and grass. Watch out then for the hidden holes in the glass to avoid falling into it.
Hopefully, my photography will help you guys navigate around the place more easily. Good luck and great exposures : – )