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A fireside tale

[words and photograph © Randulf Valle / The WideAngle]

This image was captured in the woods of Karasjok in northern Norway on a cold winter night. Me and some friends were camping under the stars and I asked one them to stand in front of the log fire. I guess he had the most challenging job, standing still for the duration of the exposure.

Photo data: Nikon D3s; Nikon 14-24/2,8 at 24/2,8; ISO 800, exposure time: 25 seconds

Randulf Valle is a Norwegian adventurer, author and photographer who is a member of The WideAngle photographers’ network.

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One comment on “A fireside tale

  1. postdigitalblog
    January 25, 2012

    Perfect exposure. Lovely shot.

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