Norwegian Dayscapes - Iwan Groot

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Natural Curves

Im not that curvy but the rock had some nice curves, I tried to do a pose that also complimented the rocks. That might sound very weird, but I dont care(Im an Artist).
I think I will try to come back to this location with some better light, But I liked this light as well. This was the first time this year I've been able to go out exploring, biking and hiking and not have to wear a jacket or sweater earlier we got 30 degrees celsius and 40 in the sun! it was so great to feel the nice sun rays on my skin and feel the UV light penetrating the body and warming me from the inside as well as giving me a tan. Though I'm not anywhere as tan as I was when I lived in Senegal and was a beach bum.
These curves are not unique for those that live on these islands out by the ocean but one thing I liked about this one in particular was its sheer size. one of the biggest ones if seen so far.
And just when I thought when Haramsøya couldn't get any better I found out there come whales to eat krill right off its coast, in addition to the Orcas that come. One of the fastest falcons also come to this island and puffins sometimes make a visit to the islands. As far as history I was shown an area with viking graves, a monument in the place of an old Stave church as well as the town of Ulla used to have 1500 in habitants during its thriving fishing community. As far as geography I also found a face in the mountain side, the beauties of some other cliffs, a cave.
to top off the night I sat on the top of the mountain as the darkest hours approached and got to see some of the remains of the Perseids Meteor Shower and saw around 50 shooting stars in the 2 hours while observing them fill the sky.
Thank you Vegard Halkjelsvik for showing me new things and driving around.

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