The arrival of spring is evident in this week’s images from Norway, with warm colours and burning skies.
Each week we receive stacks of amazing images from our Facebook community.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned by now, it’s that you are great at capturing beautiful, colourful skies – from the northern lights to glowing red sunsets.
The top image this week is from Hamarvik at Frøya, an island municipality in Central Norway. Many thanks for to Krzysztof Zboralski for a beautiful photograph.
Here are some other top picks:
Kvænangen is a municipality in the north of Troms County, deep into the Arctic. The name, according to Wikipedia, comes from the words “kven” (plural for “Finnish-speaking Norwegians”) and “angr” (which is Old Norse for “fjord”). Thanks to Dan F. Skovli.
Photographer Kari Bakken writes in: “A sure sign of spring in Sør-Odal, a stopover for a flock of swans”. Thanks for sharing this!
Read more: Eastern Norway
Sublime nature and a rich flora and fauna are hallmarks of the Dovrefjell mountains. This view was captured on Siv Jannecke Haugen’s camera.
Read more: Gudbrandsdalen
Today’s second picture from Kvænangen, this time showing the sky in one distinct shade of pink. Well done, Eivind Johansen.
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