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Vestvågøy, Lofoten
Vestvågøy, Lofoten.
Photo: Synnøve N. Lie
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Best pictures of the week: People and nature wear their finest costumes

This week, summer suddenly arrived in Norway. It’s green and lush and wonderful, and just in time for the 17th of May.

The Norwegian constitution day is coming up this Tuesday, on the 17th of May. Some have tried on their bunad – the traditional folk costume – as you can see in the picture above. Here we see Hanna Kristiansen in her Lofoten bunad, at the mountaintop “Mannen” in Vestvågøy, at Lofoten. The flowers embroidered on the costume are the same as you can find in the surrounding Lofoten landscapes, says the photographer, Synnøve N. Lie. Thanks for a lovely photo.

The country itself has also dressed up in a colourful summer costume. This week saw summer temperatures arrived in much of Norway, exceeding 25 degrees Celsius in some places. Here are the rest of this week’s best pictures that were submitted to us on Facebook. We wish everyone a great long weekend and a happy 17th of May.

Karmøy

Karmøy

Karmøy.
Photo: Dagmar Hansen

What a beautiful sunset in an idyllic, quiet setting on the western coast. The sun is partly covered by the low clouds, colouring the sky and sea in innumerable shades of orange, purple and red. A big thanks to Dagmar Hansen for this wonderful picture from Karmøy!

Urnes

Urnes, Sogn & Fjordane

Urnes, Sogn & Fjordane.
Photo: dronegutta.no

The stave church at Urnes is one of the oldest in the country, built around the year 1140. The church is uniquely decorated with a rich interior as well as the famous patterns carved into the wood outside. It was one of the first Norwegian entries on the UNESCO world heritage list. The photographer from dronegutta.no recommends a visit, and so do we.

Staveneset in Askvoll

Staveneset, Sogn & Fjordane

Staveneset, Sogn & Fjordane.
Photo: Harald M. Halvorsen

It’s been a week of warm temperatures, and there were certainly warm colours at the coast when Harald M. Halvorsen caught this stunning photo of a fishing boat in the evening sun. The picture was taken at Staveneset in Askvoll, in Sogn og Fjordane county. Thanks!

Trondheim

Trondheim

Trondheim.
Photo: Grete Øiamo

Setting out in these wooden boats on the calm water in the summer evening must be incredibly peaceful. Conditions were perfect both for a boat ride and a beautiful picture in Trondheim, when Grete Øiamo passed by with her camera this week – just in time for the sunset.

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