I’ve closed out 2018, and I’ve picked my favorites – difficult as that is! Check out the final lineup here!
The Nigardsbreen glacier in Norway left us speechless and awed, overwhelmed by its beauty and humbled by the sheer weight of nature’s power. Read all about our unforgettable journey here!
What is one to do when the Norwegian wilderness is calling, promising glaciers.. and they just can’t be found? Read the harrowing photostory of hunger, cairns, and the quest for a glacier!
Some photos from our visit to the world-famous Trollstigen (the zigzag road in Norway).. and what we discovered off the beaten path!
Why do what all the tourists do, when we can have a trail all to ourselves? Read our adventure in Geiranger Fjord!
This is going to be a quick post this week. As mentioned on Monday, I’m working on some big things for my site behind the scenes, so I’m taking it easy on the blogging. Instead, I’ll leave you with just a few images from Norway.
I couldn’t quite decide on which “wow” picture to share this week, so you get two scenes.
Norway had already amazed us, but it was about to step it up a notch with this incredible discovery of the Kjenndalen glacier!
Exploring Norway is a new scenic wonder around every corner. Just when we thought we had been wow’d enough for one day, something else fell across our path that renewed the amazement. This particular day, we had already visited an adorable church and hiked a spectacular glacier (that story’s coming soon!). We were merely on our way to another beautiful campsite for the evening.
But the landscape wanted to hold us tight, to seduce us into staying out later to soak in the natural wonders. We were surrounded by eye candy; it’s a shock we ever slept. How could the inside of a familiar tent ever compare to Mother Nature’s endless artwork all around us for miles in every direction?
We couldn’t spend all our time climbing fjords, so we hiked a waterfall instead! See one of Norway’s countless wonders here!
There’s something truly stunning about places above the 60th parallel. It’s much cooler there (usually), and frozen landscapes make for some of my favorite photography. How could you not love the perfect white beautifully contrasting the deep blues and bright oranges? Besides, I’m something of a sucker for snow; it transforms a scene into a magical wonderland.