The northern lights season is approaching its final weeks, also in Northern Norway, but there’s still sufficient time if you want to catch the phenomenon.
The picture at the top here, taken by Jens Andre Mehammer Birkeland, definetively proves that there’s still major photo opportunities. The image was shot near the Buksnesfjord in Nordland.
Here are some more images sent to us through our Facebook page during the week. Thanks everybody, and keep 'em coming!
The Lillehammer region has a special place in the hearts of many sports fans thanks to the Winter Olympics in 1994 - one of the largest and most successful sporting events in modern Norwegian history. These areas give you the very best of the Norwegian countryside – from high mountains to forest-clad hills and cultural landscapes.
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This modern city in the Arctic is where nature and culture go hand-in-hand. Here you will find attractions from an aquarium and several museums to the world’s northernmost botanical garden. It’s also an ideal place to observe the majestic phenomenon of the northern lights, as proven by Alessandro Belleli Photography. Thank you!
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Family-friendly Trysil is Norway's largest ski destination. Surrounded by unspoilt nature, Trysil was one of the first holiday spots in Europe to achieve the prestigious Sustainable Tourism certification. Photo: Henrik Strømstad.
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Fishing has been, and still is, to a degree, the reason why people have lived in Loften, and the region is known for its many small fishing villages. Here, you can stay in a Rorbu - an old fishermen’s cabins - and eat stockfish, made from spawning cod. The stockfish is often the base product in many of the food dishes served in local restaurants. Photo: Geir Halvard Nilssen
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