fishing vessel against setting sun

Submitted by: jan lameer at Wed Oct 9 17:57:01 2002 UTC

A fishing vessel en route to its fishing grounds on the Northsea while the sun is on the horizon. The picture was taken from the island of Terschelling in the Netherlands in November 2001, on the first clear day after three long weeks of overcast skies. Picture details: 400 mm f/5.6 Vivitar lens with 3 times tele extender, yielding a focal length of 1200 mm. Exposure 1/125 th second on Kodak Portra 800.

Photograph taken by Jan Lameer

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far away aurora in totem forest

Submitted by: jan karel lameer at Sat Jul 19 20:27:01 2003 UTC

I took this picture in the night of 28 August 2001 on the island of Terschelling (Netherlands). It was a true dark night and the aurora was visible low over the horizon all night. Even with full dark adaptaion no colors were seen visually, only a whitish glow that became brighter at times. The photograph shows subtle colors though. The trees in the foreground are dead because seawater has killed their roots. It is a very special part of the forest that I enjoy to be in at night, although at times it can be a little spooky.

The picture was exposed for 20 seconds on a Nikkor 50 mm f/1,4 lens on Kodak Portra 800. copyright 2001 Jan Karel Lameer

Dutch windmill against aurora lit sky - 29/30 May 2003

Submitted by: jan karel lameer at Tue Jul 15 21:07:01 2003 UTC

At last, after 17 months of waiting, we finally had good aurora again in the Netherlands. This scene was photographed near Schermerhorn, some 40 kilometers north of Amsterdam, with a 20 mm lens at f/4 and 30 seconds exposure at Kodak Supra 800 at 1600 IS O. copyright Jan Lameer more details at

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