From Toffa Berg Photography

Lindesnes Fyr

Yesterday was the first time I visited Lindesnes lighthouse in 21year. Last time I was there it was on a summer vacations with my grand parents when I was 12. I can’t say I remember much of the place and I think also it have changed in those 21 years since last time I was there. As much as I love and capture these old monuments of the pathfinder at sea, I must admit that I was a bit disapointed and “shocked” at what they’ve done to the premises surround the old lighthouse. It was in my mind a bit “destroyed” and made tourist-attraction. Yes, I’m all for that we shall preserve these old lighthouses as a part of our maritime history, but let them be as they were, and also the grounds surrounding them. This is more what’s been done at Tungenes Fyr (lighthouse), and I must say I do like that lighthouse more.

Lindesnes Fyr, Vest-Agder, Norway

All pictures are shot with Nikon D200, Tamron SP lenses and captured on SanDisk Ultra digital film.

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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