Oslo city at Christmas time. The main walking street is filled with warm lights to take the edge off the Norwegian cold.
The old black stave church faces the afternoon sun that fades between the intersection of two tall mountains.
The last sunset in Hammerfest before the dark season when the sun slumbers fo two whole months, never raising above the horizon.
Fierce creatures that were imported to Norway from Canada last century.
Getting up close and personal with a shed dog! They a happy to have one-on-one playtime.
Prestvannet in Tromsø is a sanctuary for birds so they can nest in peace.
Mountains that are spikey are new to this world. These mountains look like one but in fact they are made up of layers and layers of rocky heights to form the Bull Horns.
Between Alta and Tromsø. It is the way of life to find yourself in the middle of nowhere…
Sea otters are everywhere along the coast of Norway. They may be shy but they are playful creatures.
Farms by the ocean are a regular sight in Norway. Cows love salt licks, and so I wonder if the salty air flavours the grass for the cows.
Tromsø by night. This iconic view never gets old.
A ghostly atmosphere brings out the autumn colours.
The Midnight Sun will not set over Lyngen… It will just circle in the sky.
A woolly reindeer in Kautokeino munches on hay while it waits from the acing festival to be over.
Sheds and mountains are everywhere in Norway!
Senja fields in summer. This picture doesn’t do that scene justice but must. resist. to. photoshop!