The weather has quickly become noticeably colder in the mornings. The sun sits lower in the sky in the evenings and has given perfect conditions for some beautiful pictures this week.
This week’s first photo shows a sunset above a field of willowherb at Sørøya in Finnmark. Words are superfluous when watching a photo like this. Thanks to Monica Hellum for the picture.
The second photo of the week also comes from Northern Norway, but from the second northernmost county, Troms. Again, a low evening sun provides beautiful lighting. We thank Ole Harald Jensen for bringing his camera to Skjervøy last Sunday.
A little further south, in Bjørnsund, Møre & Romsdal, one can still experience flashes of summer. Pictures like this helps when colder degrees are crawling closer. Thanks to Unni Misund Langlo for the picture.
The Lofoten islands is a beautiful place regardless of season. Robin Strand has spent the vacation in one of the iconic fisherman cabins, and shot this evocative picture. Many thanks.
The last picture of the day is from Vikan, Bø in Vesterålen. The autumn colours are starting to show in Northern Norway, and it should be safe to expect even more breathtakingly colourful pictures when the autumn is here for real. Thanks to Jan-Helge Andersen for the photo.
Have a nice weekend!
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