Lofoten Coast

(April 2007)

One stormy spring evening I headed out of the warmth of the Stamsund Vandrehjem to take some photos of the coastline. I stood watching the waves crashing among the rocks for a few minutes until I was confident of a certain rock that would provide a close location to the sea but keep me and my camera dry. The first photo is from that location.

The second photo is of that location, about in the center of the picture, completely covered by a large incoming wave about 3 minutes after I had moved for a different angle.  Would have been a quick ‘hop, skip and a jump,’ and still probably a wet Cody had I remained there…

And yes, in the Lofoten, the color can be that different just by turning 90 degrees.

Lofoten Stock photography: Stormy waves crashing against rocks, Stamsund, Lofoten islands, Norway. Cody Duncan Photography

Lofoten Stock photography: Stormy waves crashing against rocks, Stamsund, Lofoten islands, Norway. Cody Duncan Photography

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