lofoten

Lofoten in the north of Norway has a lot of nature and weather in all forms. While the sea eagle has control of the sky in daylight, the northern lights dance elegantly across the sky at night. 

The sharp peaks and rough sea play with the light throughout the year, from darkness to sun all day

From Tangstad, Lofoten
Reine, Lofoten in snowy weather
Dunlin – Mysnipe (Calidris alpina) Røst
From Mykland, Lofoten in midnight sun at 12 o’clock
The sparse light in the winter makes beautiful scenery
Red-necked phalarope – Svømmesnipe (Phalaropus lobatus)
Leader of the pack (male) – Killer whale or orca – Spekkhogger (Orcinus orca)
Leader of the pack (male) – Killer whale or orca – Spekkhogger (Orcinus orca)
Nusfjord, Lofoten
In simple terms the eyes can rest
The Sea eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
Sea eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
Redshank – Rødstilk (Tringa totanus) at Røst
From Vikten in Lofoten
Amazing beach at Myrland, Lofoten
Close to Leknes, Lofoten in the middle of daytime, December 22th
The rugged nature soon eats the house at Røst
Kabelvåg
From Haukland
Northern light at Nusfjord
Beautiful coastal landscape
Henningsvær
A fishery at Eggum
Some cold winter landscapes warm the soul
Colors and sea
Stockfish, Ramberg
Midnightsun at Røst
Mountains of seabirds; Vedøya, Storfjellet, Ellefsnyken, Trenyken og Hernyken at Røst
“Soon I will fly as elegant as my parents”, The black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla)
The European shag or common shag (Phalacrocorax aristotelis) at Røst
Near Ramberg, Lofoten
Puffin (Fratercula arctica) at Røst
Boathouses at Eggum
Curlew (Numenius) Røst