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Northern light hunters rejoice! The nights are getting darker and colder.
The high season for the aurora borealis, or the Northern lights, starts in late autumn and continues through winter, into early spring. However, it is possible to see see the lights dancing across the sky outside the high season as well. As summer is waning, the evenings and nights are getting darker and colder.
The image at the top was taken by Grete Øiamo in Trondheim on 17 August. Beautiful, right?
We recommend the Norway Lights website and app, which forecasts when you are most likely to experience the Northern lights in Northern Norway. The website also lets you search for forecasts in cities across Norway.
Here are a selected few stunning snapshots that were also taken this week:
The cliff Finnkirka can be seen when you approach the Kjølleford. According to legend, the cliff was used as a place for sacrificial ceremonies by the Sami people, fishermen and travellers. Thank you for the marvellous photo, Christoffer Robin Jensen!
Helge Morgan Tveten sent us this picture with the following caption: “This beautiful photo is taken in Vå in Vinje municipality. In the background you can see the Totak lake.” “Totak”, or “to tak”, translates to “two strokes” in English. Helge Morgan continues: “Do you know how the lake got it’s name? According to legend a troll only used two strokes to row across it”.
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