Here in western Norway, we have a reasonably mild climate - similar to Portland or Seattle. While it does snow, it usually does not last very long, and Bergen has a reputation as the rainiest city in Europe. This means that typically it looks very, very green for most of the year.
This scene is unusual for the area to actually capture leafless trees and brown grass. This photo was taken at 17.00 in mid-February, so while we do get some quite short days of about six hours of daylight in late December, here in the southern part of Scandinavia by mid-February we are already back to 9+ hour days, and by the first of March it is 10.5 hours… each day is noticeably longer than the previous.
Specific Feedback and Self-Critique
This was a chilly but not freezing winter afternoon. The sunset was beautiful over the fjord, but also difficult to capture perfectly through the trees and clouds.
Sony a7iii - Sigma 14mm Art Lens
Some light processing in LR - mostly dehaze for the landscape in the distance.