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White (and a little blue): Winter in Norway

A quick, impromptu photo essay of Winter Norway today, as I just noticed this week’s #frifotos theme is WHITE. This is how early January usually looks up here (though looking out my window in the city centre of Oslo right now, not so much. The snow has come and gone… for the moment). I mentioned Sjangs in my last post, […]

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Silent Sunday: Ypsilon pedestrian bridge, Drammen in Norway

Pedestrian bridge Ypsilon Drammen in Norway

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Silent Sunday: Enchanting Asdøljuvet Canyon

Enchanting Asdøljuvet Canyon, Lier in Eastern Norway

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Silent Sunday: The man from the sea

The Man from the Sea, Mo i Rana in Arctic Norway

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Svartisen Arctic Glacier

The final segment of my road trip last summer ended, somewhat unplanned, at Svartisen, a large Arctic glacier. My plan for the day was to drive across the Arctic Circle and have a look at Polarsirkelsenteret (the Arctic Circle Centre), but as I headed out of the city of Mo i Rana, a sign for […]

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Hammerfest: the northernmost city in the world

“Reindeers have the right-of-way,” they grunted, these two, as they crossed the road in front of me, forcing me to hit the brakes hard enough for the seat belt to really fasten. They then proceeded to attack someone’s front yard. No need to trim bushes here. Driving into Hammerfest on a sunny September afternoon, I immediately took […]

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The Road to Vega

A few months ago, I promised you more on my impromptu Arctic road trip this summer. Well, I’d better get on with it, hadn’t I? Today, I wanted to tell you about the Vega Archipelago – or Vegaøyan, as it’s locally known. Now, Vegaøyan is a bit off the beaten track. But I promise you, […]

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