這是來自攝影師 Lars Korvald 的作品，他曾到了挪威名為「Lake Lygnstøylsvatnet」的湖泊，那被人稱為「挪威的亞特蘭提斯」的地方，因為在差不多一百年前，即 1908 年時，一場西挪威的山泥傾瀉把整個村莊都封鎖了，而洪水將全村及農田都浸成這個湖泊！今天更成為了一個相當特別，也是熱門的潛水地點，大家可看攝影師所拍的影片︰
這個體驗當然很有趣，攝影師表示，在水底裏看到農村建築、橋道、石欄、甚至一棵棵像凍結了一世紀的樹，是非常特別的畫面。不過話說回來，我們之前也介紹過類似的歐洲景點，就是「奧地利水下公園 Green Lake」，但不同的是，那裏並非永久浸住。如果要永久浸住，可以考慮去長江三峽一帶，當年為了興建三峽大壩，把長江沿岸多個具歷史意義的地方都淹沒了……
Swimming through the underwater forest in Lygnstøylsvatnet. Lygnstøylsvaynet is a 100 year old flooded farm area in Norangsdsdalen. Divers can now visit the old farms and swim through the landscape. I made a movie about the dives we made here. Check out my homepage for more info:) It’s been a while since my last underwater photo. Hope to get in the water more often the coming months, before the skiing season really starts.
Love the color of the houses at Sakrisøy. As much as I love using wide angle lenses, I find that they sometimes make the background too small and insignificant. In this case, I wanted to bring back some of the scale in the mountains. That is why I used my 70-200mm lens in order to compress the scene and bring back the mountains.
I love chasing up mountains just to reach the sunset. I think the light is so much nicer, and often there are fewer people left on the top. I think in most cases we can agree that a sunset/sunrise shot is nicer then a midday shot. Why is that? It's known that complimentary colors go well together, and makes for nicer color combinations. If you look at a color wheel you can easily see that orange and blue are on the opposite side of each other, which makes for a great color combination. I also believe that the warm colors pulls you in, and the cool colors push you away, which again makes for a more three dimensional image. Where is your favorite place to shoot sunsets?
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