There’s a few weeks left until the midnight sun appears. Still, there's nothing quite like a beautiful sunset to create an evocative photograph.
The picture at the top is taken by Monica Hellum, and is from Sørøya - the green island - in Western Finnmark. Indeed a stunning image.
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Here are the rest of the best pictures of the week:
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.
Ørsta, also known as «the white town», lies at the end of Ørstafjorden surrounded by the beautiful Sunnmøre Alps. Image taken by Per-Arild Kile.
Read more: Fjord Norway
A 20-minute drive from Trondheim, Melhus was he site of many important events during the Viking era. And is obviously a good spot for seeing the northern lights. Photo: Grete Øiamo.
Read more: Trøndelag
There are a lot of avid photographers in Kvænangen - perhaps not that strange when you see the beautiful surroundings. This is taken by Jarle Bjerkås.
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