Hello everyone, first of all my apologies for the mistakes in the title, it is supposed to say "its" and "within", but I can't edit once it is posted.
Info about the image: this is taken around 400-500 meters above sea level in nearby forestland where I live. People go skiing in this area a lot as long as we have snow. Here you can see a passing cloud with setting sun breaking through for a brief moment. Due to height this cloud engulfed the mountain so technically I was standing in the middle of a cloud. It got completely dark about 30-45 minutes later. I was skiing with a flashlight on my head. Pretty common thing to do during winter time in Norway.
Location is Mid-Norway, the forest land called Bymarka. The highest peak called Storheia is around 1km to the left from here.
Photo info: 24mm ƒ/11 1/6s ISO 100 - Canon 5D mark ii and 24-105 lens, I used a tripod as well. If anyone would be interested you can see more of this kind of scenery (mostly winter and autumn) on my [instagram](https://www.instagram.com/ramunaskfishermang/?hl=en
It's a beautiful picture but it doesn't look much like a forest.
Looks more like what you'd see at the top of a windswept rocky hill or something.
I am jealous, I would like so much to live in norway
Beautiful, but also relatively uniform in colour and not terribly busy. That makes it an ideal desktop wallpaper.
What a beautiful view. I'm sure that made your lunch break very special.
It looks like a halfway finished Bob Ross painting! That tree needs a little friend.
I can't see the forest for the tree.
Can someone please photoshop in an AT-AT walking in the distance? Man this would be a killer Star Wars scene. Great shot, OP!