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In a few months the waterfalls in Geiranger will look like this again 😍 when the snow is melting the waterfalls gets extra big and powerful. Trying to paddle towards them was seriously like paddling in a small storm. A truly awesome experience! 🤘😁 at Geiranger
Hiking to Senja’s tallest mountain. The view from the top was insane! 🙌
@pal_and is not a fan of heights, but somehow he made it up there! Maybe it is possible to get used to heights through exposure? at Senja
Watching the northern lights, listening to the ocean with the girl you love in your arms... Perfection! at Senja
After a a rainy and stormy day, we got a golden moment just as the sun set. at Lofoten Islands, Norway
Loenvatnet. One of the most secluded places in Norway. at Loen
Djupfjorden is the perfect place to start your journeys in Lofoten. 5 minutes after driving of the ferry you'll find this wonderfull spot on your left. at Reine, Lofoten Islands
This Monday "Turistforeningen" (the Norwegian tourism association) had their 150 years anniversary. A huge thank you to everyone who volunteers maintaining the cabins making it possible to hike and travel in the Norwegian nature.
This picture is from a trip me and @henrikkeoh made in connection with the 150 year anniversary book from DNT. We lived two days all alone in this cabin far up in the mountains. You can read the whole story about this place in the book. Check "my story" for a preview. at Cottage in the mountains of wester Norway
During winter, Olstinden in Reine is one of the first mountains that gets hit by the sunrise. It really makes for some good color contrast, which is always important when taking landscapes photos. at Reine, Lofoten Islands
One of the world's best feelings? Skiing down a mountain side in fresh powder. at Norway
The ramp at Bergsbotn. A perfect place to start your journeys in Senja. at Senja
Utakleiv is one of the nicest beaches in Lofoten for northern lights photography. By walking into the water you can get the waves crushing in over the rocks in the foreground and the mountains in the back. at Haukland/Utakleiv
Geiranger during summer is usually filled up by tourist. However, by driving a few minutes away from the fjord, you can get campsites like this. at Geiranger Fjord
Trollstigen. One of the most magical places in Norway. I always try to make it through here when traveling North. at Trollstigen
The snow is finally back in the mountains. Looking forward to more days like this. at Narvik
Working hard on a micro documentary from our paddle trip from Ramberg to Værøy in Lofoten. Can't wait to share the finished results ☺ anybody know which beach this is? at Moskenesøya
Buying a campervan is one of the best investments we ever made. They can fit a lot of equipment, and function as a bedroom with an ever changing view. at Norway
The advantages of not following the trail? Getting to new exciting viewpoints all alone.
Anybody else been visiting this view lately? at Norway
I have been to several places that looks more majestic in photos than in real life. Preikestolen (pulpit rock) is not on that list. at Preikestolen Lysefjorden
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