I would like to share some older photos on slide film that I had already scanned and just re-discovered.. I took these photos already in 2010 in Tromsø, Norway (wow… time flies) and I want to start a series of posts with impression of cities I have visited. I will tag these posts under the ‘cityscapes’ category – as done with some images from Copenhagen already.
So, one of my first destination for an extended trip & vacation together with my girlfriend (her being quite fond of Scandinavia, and with good reason) was Norway. Going from Bergen, where I had the most relaxing sleep I can remember so far, to Tromsø, Bodø and to further the Lofoten islands.
In Tromsø, one of the most striking sights is the Arctic Cathedral with its unique architecture which I could admire outside as well as inside. The first image was shot with a polarizing filter, hence the almost black sky. A ride with the Fjellheisen cable car to Storsteinen, followed by a short walk revealed an impressive view of the city and a magnificent panorama of the Lyngen Alps under a midnight sun (these two photos were indeed taken around 11pm to midnight).
If i remember correctly, I took these images with my Olympus OM-10 with 50mm f1.8 lens on slide film (not sure which one exactly).