Mountain after mountain, small cotton sized clouds scattered over the blue sky, the fresh air fills your lungs like you never felt oxygen before, it's not just a photographic adventure, it is a healing process at the same time.
it’s hard to believe your own eyes when you are entering the amazing landscape Norway has to offer. You will feel small and humble of what Mother Nature has created, and how small you feel next to the gigantic mountains.
The fresh air is breezing towards my face while I’m trying to take a picture of two mountain tops in the distance, I’m having a trouble to take it all in, because one photo is not enough to explain the feeling I have by standing here.
My mind is thinking, I wanna share this with my followers, but how? The only thing I can do is to share what I see and trust my instincts to make sure that the photos and the feeling I have being here is merged together.
Back at home in Hong-kong I don’t struggle that much, I understand very clear what I want to take a photo of and how, but here in this majestic landscape I having the challenge between taking the photo or enjoying the moment without taking the photo. For me this is probably the very first time I actually have met this kind of challenge.
Right now I’m on my way to a place called Ålesund it’s a city on the north west of Norway, that is where my family is from, I been there one time before but not as a photographer, so I’m excited and little nervous at the same time.
The daylight here in Norway lasts to 2-3am, and the sun goes up again at 5am, it feels like time stands still and the nature just want you to take your time to photograph her best angles. I started my career as a landscape photography, and by being in Norway, I understand more why I enjoyed landscape photography in the past because it is so peaceful, basically it is just you and the nature, like a movie of a lonely hunter with a bow and arrow, but switched out with a camera, and you are just waiting for the right moment to get the shot.