Last weekend when I visited my friend Bjørg, I took the bus. And I brought my wide angle lens so I could try it out that weekend. I didn’t get much chance to test it while I was there, but I had good use of it on my way home.
It’s a two-hour drive home. I sat in the back of the bus, using seats on both sides of the aisle. There were few people on the bus, so it was no problem.
It’s not easy to take pictures from a moving bus; everything passes so fast. In a split second the motif can be gone. Still, I got a few photos I would like to share here. The nature is beautiful and these photos represent a piece of Norway during winter sunday in the middle of Januar.
Look at the white trees and that sky! Isn’t it pretty?
More pretty sky. It looks like cotton candy.
Follow the lines.
Snowy curvy roads.
Trees on a line.
I hope for sunny weather this weekend. Im going home to Lierfoss saturday evening, because I’m meeting a friend on saturday. And I’m going to go out shooting. I have two missions; 1) take some photos that I can give my aunt for her 70th birthday 2) take tree photos I can put together and send in to the open call for entries over at words to shoot by. The word is place and my plan is to shoot something from the place I grew up. I have 1/3 of an idea, alas one photo figured out. If I’m lucky, I’ll be picked.
Stay tuned for more winter shots!