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Take a seat by Trichardsen Take a seat by Trichardsen
Taken right before it started snowing here.
Not often I get to sit down when I am out chasing the aurora, but I certainly enjoy when I can. :D

Hope you like it. 


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Lightningball Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2014
Very lovely picture!
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thank you :wave:
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relentlesswinter Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You're work is beautiful and has inspired me lately. As I've been gazing through some of your work, I grow evermore envious of such an amazing lifestyle. I wish to take on photography seriously as a hobby but with how tight my wages have gotten as of lately, it doesn't seem like that is possible anytime in the near future. :( 

You're work is brilliant and fantastic. Mind if I watch you?
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much for the kind words. :)

Perhaps you should look at it differently, the tigher the wages have gotten the more serious you should take photography.
Get out there with your images, try to get the displayed around where you live, sell a few prints (word of mouth is a powerful thing), participate in competitions etc etc.

And I do not mind at all. :)
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relentlesswinter Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Not a problem! 

Appreciate the advice! :)
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AussieDidge Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
My jealousy and hatred of how lucky you seem to be, living in Norway where it constantly puts on a light show, is instantly put to rest the moment I see another one of your amazing photos.

Honestly, I've been following your work for perhaps the past year, give or take, and every time I've been wowed by just how gorgeous natural wonders could be, simply through your work.

What must've it been like... Just staring at the sky in amazement as the heavens above got to painting the sky with color? :iconwowplz:

I guess in the end, you might've had the same reaction I would've; a manly tear or two at how beautiful the world could be. Amazing photography and hope you can continue stuff like this... It really makes me appreciate life.

Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much for the kind words. :)

It really is a treat being able to see the aurora so frequently, though this year, or the last 40 days it has been snowing or cloudy all the time so I have not seen much lately, just hoping it clears up for christmas and beyond so I can get out and take some more aurora shots :)
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AussieDidge Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It was my pleasure, as always.

Ah, that's a real bummer man. Does it always get really cold up in Norway and if so, what sort of ideas do you have for protecting your camera so you can take all these wonderful shots?

I have a plan hopefully in the works to head off to Fairbanks while on my trip to Alaska and get to see the Northern Lights, but as far as weather goes, it looks freakin' horrid.

Other than that, wishing you well and will look forward to more of your aurora shots soon. =)
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013  Professional Photographer
Most cameras, at least system cameras can take sub zero temps much better than people think.
It is the after that makes the difference, you dont take the camera from -15c  directly to inside temp of +22c, let it adjust over night in the bag.
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AussieDidge Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, sounds like great advice. Lately I've taken to placing my camera back inside the bag and laying some flannels or face-washers over it... Don't know how effective it actually is, but my camera still works perfectly, so I assume it does the trick. =p

And unfortunately, the Northern Lights didn't show up that day... Still, got an awesome trip to Chena Hot Springs out of it, I'll have some pictures of that and my travels around Alaska soon. :nod:

Thanks mate, keep those photos coming! :wave:
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