This image from Skagsanden in Lofoten, taken just before sunset, is a 10 minute exposure. In 10 minutes time the suns position changes more than you would think, and the idea was to blur the shadow on the lower left hand side of the mountain.
Skagsanden, Flakstad in the Lofoten Islands, has become quite popular with workshop groups going to the Lofoten Islands to take pictures. The view from the beach towards Hustinden is a popular view to photograph, and it has become a bit of a challenge to find a "new take" on this view.
Just back from a road trip with good friends of mine in the Lofoten islands. We had a couple of nights with strong aurora events, stronger than what I have seen on my previous trips to Lofoten.
And it was worth the wait. The Sky cleared and the aurora display was very nice and lasted for a couple of hours, on and off. From the series of images I got I selected this one. Yes, I have adjusted the image slightly. I have increased the luminosity contrast rather than the RGB contrast to avoid increasing the saturation too much.