Featured Fine Art Print for July: Stygghøin Mt. Rising
As promised in my previous post, Jæren and Feistein Lighthouse, where I released two new photographs, here is another new Fine Art Print addition. This is from a recent trip to Dørålen, NE Rondane Nat. Park and is titled Stygghøin Mt. Rising. I`ve photographed the exact same subject before, but back then, the light was both technically challenging and did not convey the mood and mystique that I had in mind when making this composition of the old birch tree and Stygghøin mountain. This time, it rained heavily on arrival and the wind made me miss my dry, warm bed. Little did I know of the conditions that awaited the next morning.
Due to the time of release, I made it the Featured Fine Art Print for July so that you can enjoy it larger on the website home page!
The highest, of Stygghøin Mt. three peaks (1858m./6096ft.) rising from the summer morning fog
More work from Rondane will be published later on!
thank you very much for your valuable feedback.
Photographs always change (with time), and after not having looked at it for a while, I noticed that the red tone was a tad stronger than first intended. Then, after your feedback, I decided to soften the reds just a little bit which I found more pleasing. Thanks for visiting, and for mentioning the reds, David.
Hope you have peace and good health and that summer treats you well!
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