Norway 2015, part 1
A while ago I already shared my Instagram favorites from our trip to Norway. I really enjoyed using Instagram to share some of our day to day activities and impressions. But I also of course brought several DSLR cameras to capture Norway’s beautiful nature and landscapes. I started working on those images in the meantime, but of course I took hundreds and it’s been quite a bit of work. If I wait to finish them all before posting them on this site, it may well be 2020. Instead, I’m just sharing what I have so far, and I’ll just blog again when I have a second collection to show you.
Lindesnes Fyr & a lovely detail seen in Brygge, Bergen.
I really fell in love with all of the wood and the whites and reds that are prevalent here.
The drive (left) to the Kjeragbolten hike (right) was a sight to be seen in itself.
We basically saw landscapes like this all the time while driving around Norway.
Really pretty. Kind of reminded me of Scotland, too.
Geirangerfjord is one of the prettiest. We really loved this region.
A few more from Geirangerfjord
This was our evening view from our cabin, where we spent 3 nights. While it did get dark, it sure took a while. This photo was taken at around 11:30PM.
I found a stunning hike in Hardangervidda national park: the Four Waterfalls. We were in luck with the weather, too.
More waterfall details.
It was quite a hike, not as intense as Kjeragbolten, but still. But oh, what a pay off.
Alright, so that’s it for now! More to come soon, but first I’m going to get back to work on my self-portraits for Self 2016 Week 02, because I really really really want to keep that going.