|My first and only DD, thanks again for all your feedback and of course Jules1983 jules1983.deviantart.com/ for the suggestion!|
As i often say, my favourite time to shoot a mix of manmade and natural elements is blue hour. The mix of natural light (even better the last normal natural light of the day with the deep blue hues) and the warm, manmade sources of artificial light, often has potential to look very beautyful.
Well... i guess there is not so much that i have to tell you about the cabins of Hamnøy, they have transformed into one of the big icons of Lofoten islands in Nordland (Norway) . Eliassen Rorbuer (aka. Amazing Lofotenhere at Facebook) has surely already realized, that they bought the perfect estate with all the beautyful imagery floating around the internet.
During my research i realized that there aren´t much blue hour shots of it (if any) so i had that on my to do list during my last stay.
As a photographer, specially a landscape lover it can be prizeless to have premium quality location just in front of the doorsteps of the accomodation.
I started to cook dinner, headed out for blue hour and got back to start eating
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