During the summer of 2009, I devoted six weeks to photographing the amazing mountains and fjords of Norway. I traveled
more than 8500 km (5300 miles), from the capital city of Oslo in the south, as far north as the Lofoten Islands and Tromsø, above
the Arctic Circle. In between I saw some of the most unique and impressive peaks in the world, often with some very dynamic
weather conditions. The country is very photogenic, especially given the summertime luxury of 24-hour light, with very long
sunsets and sunrises, and just the brilliant dusk in between.
Please see my blog, which I updated along the way, for more info and stories about my travels in Norway.
You can find many more of my Norway photos in the search archives.