In June 2016 I joined a photo workshop which covered the Lofoten area in Northern Norway. This is a major holiday destination for Norwegians as well as other visitors. Our group of 10 photographers from Germany, the U.S., and Canada were treated to some wonderful sights during our eight day visit. We were there over the summer solstice which allowed for daylight photography - 24 hours a day. You will notice a number of pictures were taken under cloudy skies but we had enough sunny days to allow us to record in all weather. Thanks to Tim, Chris, and my fellow travellers for a great week. Lofoten is an amazing spot I would certainly put on my list of places to revisit - although perhaps next time in winter for the Northern Lights.
Sunset at Henningsvaer
View of Sakrisoy, near Reine
Taken at the Glasshytta
In the museum at Nusfjord
Wooden Church
More reflections
Fish Drying at Svolvaer
Cathedral near Svolvaer
Dinner to go
Soft Light
Life on the Edge
Our accomodation in Sakrisoy
At the museum
Display of fish heads for sale
Amazing Reflections in the still water
`12:30 AM
A rare reflective seaside scene
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