Fred, thank you!A nice series of a snowy day in Norway!! Hope the weather gets warm so we can see some of your Summer shots!!!
Well done Mark, I tried to play a little bit with the title and shots :wink:#1 for me. The irony of the cememtary in the BG just makes the title of the pic.
Thank´s Tareq, there are much more punch in the fp4 than I was expecting, I really like the tonality in it, and with the F100 and 35mm, you can´t go wrong with the light.I like those shots, the tones and B&W are so punchy, and the weather is lovely, hehehehe
Art, thank you for your comment. It was more or less a normal sunday afternoon, snowing like usual with some extra wind. I was not the only one enjoying the weather :smile:Nice images Fredrik. Looks like it was rough weather.
That is some fine contrast in those shots...
Image no.1 and no.3 are my favourite!
Fredrik, Fine Display Of Winter's Grip In Your Homeland! Last One Is My Favorite! Great Shooting!
Thank´s everyone, I really appreciate your comments! :smile:Darn nice series. I'll never gripe about the cold again here in Oklahoma.
Wonderful pics, especially #1. Truly great work.
Sunmay and Glaws, thank you very much, I´m happy you like them!Cracking shots Fredrik, especially #3.
Thank´s Nick, we did have a wintery winter this year, and I enjoy that very much! We are now in the same teasing period as you describe, but I hope we both see green trees and have to use f/16 cause of the sun soon, and you are very welcome to visit Norway (and Trondheim) again! :smile:Winter I love, even a wintery winter!
What I hate is the teasing weather we have now, when it should be spring and getting warm and green.
Great shots and so very Norwegian! Makes me want to visit again!
Chris, thank you very much!Nice Fredrik, very nice! I especially like the bent over people and the visible falling snow. I grew up in Michigan where there is a lot of the white stuff, but for the last ... many years, it's been a novelty. It was 97F (36C) yesterday. It's gonna be a hot one, I can tell already. I can take solace from your snow pictures!