In the long days where there was no photographable aurora, we took other photographs, mostly shots of land and sea. In the first few days I was so amazed by these views, I forgot to take any long exposure shots of the sea. The day I started to do this, I immediately dropped almost all my expensive Neutral Density (ND) filters, used to slow down the shutter speed, over the Hamnoy bridge, limiting my capability severely. Later that day, in a series of mishaps, I lost all the rest of my filters, and very nearly lost the camera as well. Despite this, I ended up with some reasonable shots, almost entirely taken with the OM1’s inbuilt computational ND facility. Here are the best of them.

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