Inhabitants of Hamnøy must be made of rock themselves, against all odds. Great capture.
I love this picture. It is just a beautiful, fascinating shot of this village and all your attempts at a wonderful picture succeeded! I find it enchanting.
What a pleasant view! In such houses, lighting is one of the most important part of holiday cabin or apartment. It will improve the travelers' or residences' mood significantly. I found this article is quite interesting, might be helpful for designing the lighting for such unique houses! http://www.technilux.com.au/blog/lighting-design-%E2%80%93-visual-comfort_2012_07_02
Living here in Texas hot, parch makes me want to hop a plane and take up residence at Lofoten Island!
Beautifully picturesque, and a shot that's very hard to beat. Both man and nature together in a winning team. To say nothing of the photographer who did such a great job. I just love it. j.e.s.......
the weather conditions gives to the image an atmospheric perspective!excellent shot,congratulations!
Great shot of Hamnøy in Lofoten, taken from the bridge. A little better weather and a higher view point on my image from the same place - https://www.flickr.com/photos/borgvinn/7655514962
I remember that some time ago on NG appeared another photo of that place - the only difference was lighting. The other photo was shoot in night and these cottages looked like the only safe, friendly places on the island. If anyone would find that photo, please, share it here :)
@Aleksander Macedonski The shot Denis C. found is taken just down the road from Hamnøy. It's Reine on the right and it's surrondings. Hamnøy would be behind Reine to the right outside this picture.
@Aleksander Macedonski In searching the site with the word Lofoten, I found this: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/photos/3206607/.
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