19 mar going to Hamnoy.. 1st stop on the road going to henningsvaer.. no more blue sky.. everythint white today.. #DLI_2019#lofoten
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Enough of backdated photo from yesterday.. currently at 3am the wind outside is howling like crazy with lots of rain.. really gale 8 wind with 100%cloud cover.. no chance to see aurora tonight .. #DLI_2019#lofoten
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Only faint Aurora seen at Svolvaer on 18 Mar 19.. can distinguish from clouds? Seriously the lights cannot be seen by naked eye as it is too weak.. kp1-2 only #DLI_2019#lofoten
Driving from winter straight into spring tomorrow. Wish I had the chance to see more snow this year as that’s my favorite environment but, it’s okay, I’ll make up for it next year. Ready for some warmer weather and flowers everywhere now 🌸🏔
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Classic views of Lofoten☁️✨
Hope you had a great weekend!
@brotherside here with some of the highlights from our road trip through Central Norway🇳🇴 Due to its remote location and scattered landmarks, this region doesn’t have the fame of @Lofoten or the fjords of the south. However, the area doesn’t lack spectacular scenic roads and picturesque coastal towns.
During our week-long trip we drove more than 1000 km, witnessed burning sunsets and rainstorms in the same day, camped at some of the most beautiful places on Earth.
The unpredictability of the Norwegian weather is a heaven for photographers. However, it can also mess up your travel plans and itinerary. Therefore, it is paramount to be prepared for extreme changes in weather conditions, even during summer. As the locals say — there’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.
Who would you explore Norway with?