July 2012 This scene was the prelude to a magnificent sunset which took place at midnight when the sun kissed the horizon before dipping below it. I took several glorious shots of that event but it was this shot taken in the early evening which pl...

July 2012

This scene was the prelude to a magnificent sunset which took place at midnight when the sun kissed the horizon before dipping below it. I took several glorious shots of that event but it was this shot, taken in the early evening, which pleased me more by its muted colours contrasting with the magnificent mackerel sky. The view is of the Devil's Teeth from the granite foreshore at Tungeneset on the island of Senja - Norway's second largest island - situated some 300 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle.
I thought that the scenery of my own west coast of Scotland was hard to beat but.......... - Tungeneset, Senja, Norway.

Camera : Olympus OM-D E-M5
Lens : Zuiko 12mm f2
Exposure : One 40th of a second at f6.3
ISO : 200

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