Monday, 18 January 2010

A cold day at Rødtangen | Drammens fjord # 3










42 comments:

Carina Felice said...

hello dear John!
do you know? looks as a thriller film...this photos had a touch of mistery and cold loneliness !!!
A perfect Hitchcock style :)great photos~

Hugs from Buenos Aires!

Dagrun said...

Se på det her, utrolig flotte bilder. Det siste likte jeg kjempegodt. Eller jeg likte alle egentlig.

(Har dere vært mange turer, eller var det 1 dag da været var sånn som det her? Jeg har ikke hatt en eneste fototur med vær i nærheten... irriterende)

manuel nieto said...

grandes fotografias, una luz magnifica, saludos

Anne-Berit said...

Helt utrolig flotte disse frostbildene du har vist i det siste.Rimet lager jo formelig sine egne skulpturer.
Ha en fin kveld:)

Anne said...

Oj oj ser jammen kaldt ut i fjæra di også ja selv om det nesten er `syden` for en trønder :-)
Smilte godt av det siste bildet ditt her da, skikkelig arti ja :-)

Carolyn Ford said...

Wow! What a world of white! I am glad that footprints didn't lead down to the water's edge...I'd fear that you would slip and be in that freezing cold water. I wonder what is beyond that broken window?

Diederick Wijmans said...

Again...stunning photos!!

Robert said...

Univers blanc et gelé superbe.

Carolina said...

COOL photos. In every sense of the word!
The light is stunning. I'm going to send some photography (I hardly dare use the word in your distinguished company) friends of mine your link. We've been taking photos of some snowscenes yesterday, but the whole world was in a thick fog. Very difficult for beginners like us to make something acceptable of that *sigh*. No doubt you would have come up with exciting ones like these. I'm so jealous (and grateful I have Adobe Photoshop Elements) ;-)

Elin said...

Fine bilder!! Men det siste bildet det var råbra!!!!!!! Virkelig utnyttet kuldeperioden du gitt!!!

tossan said...

You she is the artist of photographs, the magician! Amazing!

Hege said...

Knallbra bilder! Kaldt og vindfullt så det ut som på de to midterste bildene!

haideé said...

La primera y la última. Mágicas :)


The first and last. Magic:)

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

En suveren serie du har hatt fra Rødtangen de siste dagene, i denne falt jeg veldig for det siste bildet, nesten et fantasibilde fra dypeste fryseboksen :)

Glen Hartjes said...

Very nice abstract composition, seen with a good eye... Well done.

Mari said...

Incredible shots! I love the bottom one!

Owen said...

Awesome ! Even in the frozen heart of the winter, you are out there getting the goods... Love that broken frosted window ! And the mist on the water... or is it Smoke On the Water ?

Rajesh said...

Fabulous shots.

Vaggelis said...

simply amazing. happy new year

Neal said...

So beautiful...it's hard to find words to describe the photos!

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imac said...

Another wonderful post John, my favs are the 1st shot- which is fantastic and the mist, and 2nd your last shot, with the broken window.

Irene said...

Kjempebra bilder nok en gang! Ikke det at jeg lengter tilbake til kulda, men vinternaturen er utrolig vakker og må bare oppleves live!
Sel har jeg akkurat opplevd det motsatte, sol og varme i ørkenen .... snakk om kontraster!

amatamari© said...

love the first because it's almost unreal, the second for the color of the sea, the third for lines and contrasts, and the last one for the cold essentiality...
:-)
Fantastic series!
Thanks for sharing!

Alberto Oliver said...

Extraordinary is the word for describing your pics John. You have an expertise in balancing shadows and highlights, textures, etc. I enjoy it even more since landscape is my favorite subject. Certainly i will learn a lot and got lot of inspiration from your work.
Regards and have a good night.

Rose said...

Oh my goodness! In the second phot, it looks like the upright 'posts' have on some kind of white slips or dresses! They are all wonderful photos.

Lew said...

Fascinating images, John! And interesting that the water freezes on the pilings above the water line.

1ondoncalling said...

The snowy scenes are spectacular!
We did get some snow couple of weeks ago...

VALKYRIEN said...

Flotte bilder av frosttåken! Likte nå veldig godt det siste også jeg - der ser det kaldt ut! Lekkert!

Pchełka said...

On the other side of Baltic Sea... looks very picturesque..regards

Morten Pedersen said...

Det er nydelig i Norge om vinteren, selv om det kan bli veldig kaldt.

Ferreira-Pinto said...

Cold indeed but deeply beautiful; liked the contrast of the broken glass on the frozen window.

Chris said...

Love the windows...
oh, and the other shots, too.

RennyBA's Terella said...

Great photo art John! Once can really feel the nice, fresh and crisp air in these pics!

Adrian LaRoque said...

I know I know...wonderful cold days.
Great work John!

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Ishtar said...

Wow! Lika fängslande som alltid!

Debbie @Like a Rose said...

Stunningly beautiful shots. They make me feel like I'm right there.

Samantha White said...

your photography is spectacular!

Ida said...

Fabelaktig flott serie!
Mesterlig fotografert.

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Veni said...

Fantastic! I like this shot! And total too :) Awesome works!