I usually try to get out in the weekend a bit instead of staying inside the house. The weather was great yesterday so I invited Sebastian for a little trip to Mølen to take pictures at sunset. Unfortunately, we were two minutes too late to see the sun set. Luckily that did not stop us from taking pictures - just after sunset there is still some sunlight that hits the clouds turning them red. Here you see Sebastian taking a picture of just those red clouds:
After the sun sets the light decreases which allows you to play a little bit with longer exposures. You can get very nice effects such as in this four second exposure of waves breaking on the (rocky) shore:
If you instead of a close up take a bit wider image of the shore it gives an eery feeling just like this shot of the waves and water flowing inbetween the rocks that were deposited here by a glacier a long time ago:
The rest of the images in this serie can be found in my gallery .