As an avid photography lightstalker I recently ran across this interesting situation. It was a foggy morning I was on my way to a scheduled meting. As I was driving along in my car I approached one of the many fjords in this area. Suddenly the sun broke through the fog and created a very nice photographic moment. The only photo gear I had at hand was my old snappy, a Canon 20D with only a 18-55mm kit lens attached. Anyway, I quickly pulled my car over at a nearby resting area and got the camera ready for action. This is the result, converted to BW in Photoshop. I am sure an expert photoshop artist could do a lot more to this image. The moral of the story is; bring a camera wherever you go! “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get”.
Saturday October 11th 2014 at 12 noon, sixteen inspired photographers commenced the two hour long photo walk in the City of Trondheim, Norway. The weather turned out much better than expected during the morning hours. Actually, a very nice photo light during most of the walk. It’s quite amazing how many details one will discover during the time of such a short walk. Details one for sure would have missed if one passed through the same area the usual way. At the end of the walk most of us gathered for a social time at a local cafe, near the Nidaros Cathedral, to share our various experiences from the photo walk and discuss photo equipment. A very nice gathering in a laid-back atmosphere. If I have the same opportunity next year I will certainly join the Worldwide Photo Walk again. Wherever it may be. It is easy for me to reccomend this activity for anyone with a camera in any configuration.