Here are some photos I took when visiting the Viking Marked in Trondheim today.
A magic sunset last night, which I almost missed… But here it is.
The “Witches of Salem” is a story by Arthur Miller, which is about the witch trials in 1692/93. Class 2MD at Charlottenlund high-school put this up as a play this week, and I got the lucky job of documenting this.
I find the final quote very important: “How to find the truth when people are controlled by fear?“. Fear is a very powerful tool for control, and it is being used throughout the world today as well.
Thank you all for putting up a GREAT play 🙂
I’ve started with some of my favorite photos. At the end you’ll find a slide show.
If you participated in the play, and want to get a larger size image for printing, send me a message.
After visiting Badwater, my next stop was Furnace Creek. This ranch is located 58 m below sea level and has a population of 24.
Rainbows are fascinating. And hard to capture with camera. And normally you don’t have a lot of time until it disappears. But this one (or ones, as I could actually see the second rainbow for some time) actually stayed for some time, letting me try different angles.
My 70-200 was on the camera when I picked it up, and I got this shot:
(I guess I’ll ring the doorbell, and ask for the pot of gold :-))
But I hurried to get my 11-18, and got the top shot, as well as this one, where you can see most of the second rainbow. Can you see that the colors are reversed?