The journey towards Norway's Lofoten Islands was a three day, 5500-mile road trip spanning eight countries - hours and hours of seemingly endless motorways. The last leg of the journey was crossing the stretch of Norwegian sea between Bodo and Moskenes, arriving at my destination at 3:30 am, still tired after getting only minimal sleep on the 3-4 hour journey. After a very short nap in the campervan, it was time to experience my very first Lofoten sunrise. I made my way up from Moskenes to Hamnøy just before the sun breaching the horizon, packed my camera out and at 5:30 am took this - my first Hamnoy photo.
Nikon D800, Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8, Lee SW150 filter kit with 0.6 soft grad.
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About Robert Rhead
Robert Rhead is a English landscape photographer, UX/UI designer, web developer and graphic designer. He currently holds the LRPS certificate from the Royal Photographic Society, has won English and international photography awards and has featured in various high-profile photography and lifestyle magazines.