Colour at the top of Europe (almost).
Thought for the day…” A fool and his money are soon elected” (Will Rogers)
“It is better to regret something you did, rather than something that you did NOT do”.
Work has taken me up to the top of Norway and the top of Europe, but I took some time off to get out and about with the camera. Despite several very grey and dull days, a burst of sunshine made all the difference for a photo of these houses at Honningsvag, Norway. Officially, to be classed as a city in Norway, a place has to have over 5000 people, but Honningsvag, poplulation about 2500, was exempted from this rule. Fishing and tourism are the many industries here, with cruise ships visiting in summer to allow passengers to travel to the nearby Nordkapp. The mean average temperature here is just +2 degrees, as it is at almost 71 degrees north. Taken with the Fuji X-E1 camera and 18-55mm standard kit lens.
and another photo from the archives….a serene scene from the Seychelles.
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