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Flø, Sunnmøre.
Photo: Carl-Åge Henriksen
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Top 5 pictures from the year’s brightest week

You are evidently enjoying the long, lovely summer days in Norway, now that the sun is as its highest – based on the wonderful photo’s you’ve shared with us in recent days.

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We could have stared at this picture for hours. It’s beautiful, summery, honest – and full of fascinating details. We can just about feel the fresh sea air at Flø at Sunnmøre, at Norway’s west coast, where the pictures are taken – from a drone. Congrats to photographer Carl-Åge Henriksen on a stunning photo, and thanks for letting us share it!

This week saw the longest day of the year, with the solstice at Tuesday 21 June, at 00.34. There are obviously many who have been outdoors to enjoy it – and taken many wonderful photos. Here are the rest of the week’s top five.

Northern Troms

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Troms.
Photo: Ole Harald Jensen
Ole Harald Jensen pointed his camera at the sun at the moment that it “turned”, at 34 minutes past midnight last Tuesday. And he really managed to capture the beautiful, warm light of the midnight sun. Thanks for the photo!

Reine

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Reine, Lofoten.
Photo: Rickard Eriksson
For the third week in a row, we have a wonderful picture from Reine. This time it’s not sunset, but broad, colourful daylight. This place really is just about unbelievably beautiful. A big thanks to the photographer, Richard Eriksson.

Lidaveten

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Ørsta, Sunnmøre.
Photo: Per-Arild Kile

We can imagine that it was a lovely hike up to Lidaveten to capture this scene. The peak stands 592 meters above sea level at Ørsta in Western Norway. Thanks to Per-Arild Kile for a wonderful summery picture.

Nidelven

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Klæbu.
Photo: Grete Øiamo

Nidelven is not one of Norway’s best trout rivers, Grete Øiamo points out – it is also very photogenic. That sunset helps, too. Øiamo took the picture at approximately 23.30 this week in Klæbu, south of Trondheim.
 

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