One of the many fascinating things in Antarctica is the ever-changing weather. I felt extremely lucky with the weather, and had every version of it on my trip, and as a keen photographer, I kind of enjoy it when it is “interesting” outside. This shot is done i Half Moon Bay in the South Shetland Islands, and it was very windy and snowy. Quite excellent. 🙂
This is the highest mountain pass on the road between Puno and Cusco in Peru. It peaks at 4338 meters above sea level, and it is quite the sight. Brings me back to my trip to Peru a couple of years ago.
I was visiting a fishing village in Phu Quoc yesterday, and even if the weather was not all that good, it was a very nice experience.
Here you see the boats ouside the village.
The birds was naturally Close too the abundant waters….
But you also had the harsh reality of beeing in a developing country, this old lady was selling clams as she walked in the water
Last I wanted to show you a little bit more of the view from the harbour
For the last two days…. more or less without exception it have been raining here at Phu Quoc in Vietnam. As a Norwegian I am well use to the consept of rain, but this is ridicoules …..
Yesterday it was a quite strong storm where I live in Northern Norway, and it was not quite safe to go outside, but I had to try to get a image today. A you can see of the image, there is still quite a lot of wind, but sun is breaking thru and it seem to become quite a lot better weather today 🙂