In a few days I’ll be heading North again, this time to a new place for me – Faroe Islands. I can’t wait as I’ve seen many photographs from there and the place looks spectacular.
In the meanwhile, I was looking through some of my “Nordic” images and came across this photograph from Greenland two years ago. I spent a few days in the beautiful village of Ammassalik which sits above a very quiet and still bay filled with icebergs. I played around a lot with long-exposures just to show how the icebergs are in constant motion being pushed and pulled by the tide. I have a few photographs from this series, but I’ve only blogged this one before.Technical details | Aperture: ƒ/11 | Camera: NIKON D800 | Focal length: 48mm | ISO: 100 | Shutter speed: 15s