I work as a photographer in a local newspaper Hammerfestingen in northernmost town in the world – Hammerfest, Norway. Two weeks ago camping place on Storsvingen was on fire, so everyone rushed in that direction. Fire brigade was already there. This was actual them, who started the fire in the first place, because it was just a training (camping buildings are going to be demolished to make a room for new flats). The next day we were invited to actually go into the burning buildings together with firefighters. Taking pictures with fire over your head, mask covering your face, water […]
P.S. Yes, they are far from perfect in terms of clarity, sharpness, noise etc. But I still think this is cool enough to share.
There’s only 15,23 people/km2 in Norway, so when you see any, you need to take a picture.
Don’t drink and drive here. [Trollvegen, Norway]
Some of my older photos in black & white. Morning news. [Stranda, Norway.] Dance is for everybody. [Football field just outside Ålesund, Norway] Don’t drink and drive. [Trollvegen, Norway] Sorry, but this seats are taken. [One of AFK players, Ålesund, Norway][Giske festival, Norway]