44/52 - Alone (Alene)

I'm trying to play catchup here on the One Image a Week project. Seems more like one image a month these last six months. But I got a chance to go on a trip with my students last Thursday, and had this chance to grab my solution for the Alone…

Concerto

Doing things I ordinarily don't do is a good thing. It freshens up things turning stale, like shooting pictures from a concert when I prefer portrait or street, or editing in Lightroom when Aperture is my opus. This image, for instance, was…

43/52: Ghosts

This could be a shower of lights, a starburst, it could be a witch dance - or it might just be from a concert. But if you look closely there are at least three ghosts downhere(*) at the bottom of the image - not to say a rush of fools. Sonja…

42/52 - Solitary benches - tomme benker

It's been a long time since I posted anything on the X/52 project, but the challenge from my brother was one I just wanted to take. He wrote: What I want you to do, is to get out of doors and capture the weather - good or bad. Ståle @ x/52 I…

35/52 Green spot

It's been a while now, the muse of photography has escaped me this summer. But Vibeke's challenge in the one picture a week project was unavoidable. Find a green spot near you, get outdoors and grab your camera. Stavanger is a green city, but…

Twixt sea and sky

Nothing clears the mind like a walk on a beach, with the fresh winds from the sea and the high sky above your head.

In honor of lighthouses

There are more than 200 lighthouses along the 25 148 kilometers (15626 miles) long Norwegian Coastline (83 000 km's including islands). The first was built at Lindesnes in 1655, and the final automatization of the lighthouses was completed in…

Where their hearts lie

The number in itself doesn't really matter, but they say between 75 and 100 000 people, that is up to 2/3 of the whole population. Never before have so many people gathered in the center of Stavanger to show where their hearts lie. Here are…

A light for Norway

My good student Andrea has started a Flickr group called "A Light for Norway She writes: There is several support groups on facebook, but not a single one on Flickr as far as I can see. Join to show that you care, and that your thoughts are…