Category Archives: Northern Norway Tourist Attractions
We we say it’s a beautiful spring day, we don’t mean green grass and budding flowers. This is what 71 degrees north looks like, six days before the calendar reads May 1st.
(Photo taken August 2016, between Berlegvåg and Kongsfjord.)
There are days we replay in our minds countless times, dwelling on the joy and laughter they contained. The discovery of a new place, a sandy beach on the shores of the Barents Sea. Hunting for shells, polished sea glass… … Continue reading
It’s not surprising ancient myths tell of cormorants bearing mysterious messages. With silky black wings glistening in the sunshine; long, lean necks raised towards the sky; they exude an air of royalty and otherworldliness. One’s fantasy begins to weave tales. Some believe … Continue reading
Balsam for the soul.
Phototherapy: Exposing oneself to images of bright, warm, distant summer days, in the midst of a 7-month long winter.
On days like this, we can’t help but be happy: The sun in front of us, the moon to the left (video taken at 1:00 Pm/13.00)