The Swedish island of Öja is windy, rocky and largely barren. Many places on the island look very much like a primeval landscape from millions of years ago and for this reason I found it very interesting to shoot photos. An additional nice feature is that the island is home to Sweden's oldest lighthouse. I really liked the combination of the rocky coast and the lonely lighthouse. I chose a lens with quite a wide angle so that I could capture both the lighthouse and the surroundings. The photo was taken when the sun had already set for a while, resulting in many cold, bluish tones.
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