Three classics, Nikon FE, Nikkort 28mm f/2.8 and Kodachrome 64. The expire date on the film was in 1981. The dates of the camera and lens unknown but probably around that time. The camera is kept as a backup in my cabin in the mountain and works perfectly. The film box was left there also a long time ago. Note: this picture was taken with what is today regarded as an ancient digital camera, the Nikon D100. I do not expect that camera to work in 25 years from now...
Until recently only one meteorite impact crater was known in Norway, namely the Gardnos crater in Hallingdal north west of Oslo. However it is know widely accepted that a second large crater exists: the Ritland crater. The crater is 2.5km in diameter and about 300m deep. It is most likely made by a meteorite of 100m diameter that impacted about 600million years ago. The crater was discovered by Norwegian geologistFridtjof Riis of the International Research Institute of Stavanger AS. For more information here.
It is soon 40 years since one of the greates technological feats of mankind, the lunar landing, was accomplished.The next step is to go to Mars. This is of course incredibly much more difficult and it has been talked about for decades. Read this article to know more.
This little site will in due time contain some photos and possibly other material that may be of interest. Expect the contents to be some of my own photographs and occasionally comments and writings about photography and photgraphic equipment.