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Sea Pink, Nevlunghavn, Norway By Ron Jansen

Armeria Maritima, also called Sea thrift or Sea Pink, is a tough little plant. It can be found at the strangest places along the Norwegian coast, for example balancing on sharp rocks, close to the crashing waves.

I spotted this one next to a puddle and thought it would fit nicely into the long exposure sunset glow. To capture this angle and reflection of the flowers me and my tripod had to do some advanced yoga. I wish I had a behind the scenes shot!

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Camera Nikon D810
Lens Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8
Aperture f/14
S/S 120sec
ISO 64
Additional Notes Much shorter exposure time and focus-stack for the flowers.
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Published landscape/travel/stock photographer - I absolutely love nature, outdoor activities and travelling. Combining these with photography is perfect and I can often be found outdoors somewhere, with my camera. I love capturing and processing what I see in the best possible way, trying to show my feeling of a location in a visually interesting end result. I enjoy looking for fascinating compositions in nature.

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