New Photo: Norway Mountains

Norway’s mountains are quite impressive. I visited the Lofoten Islands to see exactly that – and I was not disappointed. Combined with beautiful sunsets and vibrant colors, everywhere I looked was simply stunning. Look at this image for a moment and take it all in!

New Photo: Mountain Road

The curse of loving photography is that you never just ‘do something’. Even just driving in a car as a passenger. Others might just sit and maybe check the phone, listen to music, or play a dumb travel game – but my head goes around like a lighthouse, trying to see opportunities to abruptly stop the car. So I did in this case – and I gotta say, that feeling of standing on a road that is properly frequented never gets old. Don’t worry, each crossing takes 4 seconds and there is no danger to me or other drivers, but it’s still a fun little rush every time. Sometimes it is in the small adventures, isn’t it?

Oh, this scene is on the Lofoten Islands in Norway. You can stop your car every 4 seconds and find similar views to this. It’s maddening!

New Photo: Rorbu Row

These fishing huts are everywhere on the Lofoten Islands in Norway – supposedly they are traditional, though, of course, they gained an upgrade for tourists. In Svolvaer, one of the north-most cities on the Lofoten, you can jump on a speed boat to see the eagles – which is another story, but this is one of the pictures I took on the speed boat! Granted, this particular row or Rorbuers looks a bit static, but trust me when I say others have way more character.

New Photo: Mighty Mountain Mirrored

The Lofoten Islands in Norway have loads of beaches – this is ‘just one of them’. The problem is that one looks better than the other! As I took the picture, I loved the clouds – but about 10 seconds later we had to hightail it back to the car to escape the hardcore shower! Worth it though!

New Photo: The Best View

The Lofoten Islands in Norway are something else. It doesn’t matter where you turn, it doesn’t matter where you go – there is one amazing view after another. This one here is from our Rorbu’s kitchen area! I mean, imagine having a coffee and this is the view! Oh, for reference, a Rorbu is a traditional fishing hut – just a little more modern to please the tourists, hehe.