This canyon just so happens to b the biggest in Europe!
Traveling over the misty mountains in Oppland, the blue glacier was quiet and unassuming, but still hard to miss.
Lom is a bustling little tourist town with lots of things to see within walking distance. It was surprising to have everything open on a Sunday!
Senja Island and many great views. Even when the weather is moody, the majesty of the mountains are awe-inspiring.
Waiting for the king crab to be briskly cooked over the wood-fire in the lavvu.
It’s fun to drive the team, but it is also great to just lay back in the seat and watch the Arctic pass by.
View over the Alta fjord in summer. The tide is out, which means you can walk right out into the middle of the fjord.
From the tower towards Nidaros Cathedral. The Viking city is both beautiful in the sunshine and under the clouds.
The view from Tromsø island towards Kvaløya in the late summer. (The purple blooms always give the time of year away.)
A misty day in Tromsø – the lake on top of the island produced a thick, eery-calm that is had to forget.
Tromsø is a kayaker’s haven – an inner-island protected from the open ocean by other islands scattered in between.
The Viking city is famous for its waterways. The colourful buildings along the waterfront is typical for Norway.
A perfect summer day where the shadow of the trees were welcomed after an hour drive from the city of Trondheim.
An abandoned shed on the shore of Tromsø island still holds up after many years of Arctic winters.