Traditional way of drying stock fish in Norway.
When we finally arrived to the lighthouse location, the weather was stormy. We had to cross a passage which was splashed by waves. The wind was so strong that my tripod dropped and my camera was scratched! But it was worth it!
I used focus stacking technique in this photo to have nearby fish and distanced landscape in focus.
We stopped in this rocky beach on the way to Brenna. I found this little snady beach to take long exposures. Waited 20 minutes for a strong wind, didn’t happen and as soon as I moved I was totally washed by the water.
Hamnoy is by far the most photographed village in Lofoten. You always see lines of people photographing this beautiful village from the bridge next to it.
One of the few times that sky opened up during my stay in Lofoten. I did my best to take the best possible shot while I had the chance.
Robur cottages at fishing village Reine in the snow in winter, Moskenes / Moskenesøya, Lofoten Islands, Nordland, Norway
The last fishing village in the Lofoten islands!
Olstind mountain peak reflected in the crystal waters of Reinefjord on a calm morning.
Traditional red seaside Rorbu cabins in winter, Hamnøy, Moskenesøy
Rorbu is a Norwegian traditional type of seasonal house used by fishermen, normally located in a fishing village. The buildings are built on land, but with the one end on poles in the water, allowing easy access to vessels.
A panormaic view of Sakrisøya village and connecting bridges.
Sakrisøya is one of the few small fishing villages in Lofoten islands that has yellow color Rurboes. Giving them a unique character.
In our last day, on the way back from Reine to Harstad-Narvik ariport, the sky finally opened up which chagend the whole scenery! We didn't have to stop anywere for photography, but this frozen lake was too beautiful to ignoe!