From Toffa Berg Photography

Image of the Week 45 – 2013

A new week, and that means? Yes, a new image. Also this image features one of my favorite subjects, lighthouses. This time it a small automated one. Since most of the lighthouses in Norway have been depopulated, they’ve all been automated. The buildings are still standing, but many of the old lighthouses have now been converted into something new, like museum, art gallery or vacationhome that is possible to rent in the summer season.
This lighthouse here is found at Nærland, a stone throw away from Obrestad fyr (lighthouse) and Hå Gamle Prestegård (the old vicarage at Hå).
The small lighthouse at Nærland, Norway. (Thorstein Kleppe Berg/© Thorstein K. Berg. All Rights Reserved.)
Nikon D70, Tamron SP 28-70mm, Kenko Polarizer, Formatt Hitech ND.
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Toffa Berg, a dedicated landscape photographer hailing from the picturesque landscapes of Stavanger, Norway. Toffa's lens is a portal to the intimate and less-traveled corners of Norway's natural beauty. With a passion for solitude and an aversion to city life, Toffa's photography is a reflection of the quiet moments and serene vistas that capture the essence of the Norwegian wilderness. He runs both Toffa and Knotten and Toffa Berg Photography. Under this author profile he writes in the power of being a photographer and not a vanlifer.

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