No. 33 / Storebælt / Røsnæs ›

 
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PLACE / TIME / CONDITIONS:

Røsnæs, 18 August 2019

Time 20:17 // Temperature 17°C // Wind 7SW // Geo 55°44'36.1"N 10°52'06.3"E // Camera angle 254W

 
 
 

BEHIND THE SCENES

 
 
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I’m making my way westward towards Røsnæs through clouds, rain and wind. As I arrive, the sky slowly clears. Way out in the distance the sun is setting. It indirectly lights up the clouds, creating a huge soft and slightly warm “lamp” – a perfect shape and sharpness in the lively waves in front of me.

 
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“I’m well aware that what I see before me is a Golden Age painting.

The great Ansel Adams once said: ‘Sometimes I do get to places just when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter.’

Photography has it’s limits and here we are. I return home. Confident, yet also slightly worried. Will this image truly capture what I witnessed?”

 
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THIS IS PICTURE NO. 33 OUT OF 52  PICTURES – A PART OF THE JOURNEY OF THE DANISH COASTLINES UNDERTAKEN BY ANDERS HVIID-HAGLUND THROUGHOUT 2019.


Anders Hviid