A quick explanation of the technique for this image: it is a long exposure of 45 seconds. That is why the clouds are stretched out in the sky and in the reflection. The camera recorded the movement in one exposure. It is not difficult to do this, but you need three things: a camera that allows you to manually decide how long shutter speed you want to use (I use a function called Bulb on mine), a remote shutter button (either wireless or directly connected to the camera. This is not neccessary as you can do this by holding the shutter button for the whole time, but it is surprisingly tiring and you must make sure to not shake the camera by accident), and usually a ND filter which is placed in front of you lens. The filter is just a dark glass that reduces the amount of light that goes into your camera. Sort of like extremely dark sunglasses.
Oh, and a tripod. That is very important.
Anyway, this photo is from a lake called Storvatnet in Norway. We probably have around 50 lakes with the same name (we actually have two lakes called big penis water and small penis water, but i dont have any pictures of those). The area is Agdenes, located somewhere in the middle of Norway. There is ocean and more mountains behind the mountains in this pic. What you see in front is a big lake covered with ice and snow.
That's about it. I wanted to share the gloomy grim scenery which I am so fond of in Norway during winter times. Various Immortal tracks often come to mind. Let me know what you think about it? And if some of you would be curious to see more of this kind of scenery, feel free to check out my webpage for bigger resolution and detail or if you use a smartphone: instagram.