All posts tagged: Southernland

Southernland is not really a thing, but it has intentions to become one, at some point. Should it ever succeed a link should show up about here.

Summer day, walking

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Summer, walking

Summer light is nice, it lasts forever. In some places at least, say north of 60 degrees, it does. Not here though, not in Southernland. Not because Southernland is so far south, just enough to allow night to be night and change the summer light character quite a bit. It’s still nice, very nice in fact. The hows and the whys and that sort are not too important. Just different. By the way. It’s not […]

Hardingen

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Hardingen

Meet Hardingen. A car ferry whose sole purpose is transporting people and their vehicles and whatever goods they might be carrying across Hardangerfjorden. Like car ferries do. Well, in 2006 at least, this was Hardingen’s mission. In 2006 when I shot jpegs with a Nikon D100 at ISO 1250 and though it was lovely. Sure the chroma noise was borderline evil but even back then there were decent tools available to deal with chroma noise. […]