Storm over Godøya (Gods island), Møre og Romsdal, Norway.
I just realized, that if this is how a road to your new home look like… … you either made something terribly wrong or damn right with your life. So, basicaly, now we live in a northernmost city IN THE WORLD.
This was captured in Møre og Romsdal, Norway, little south from Jostedalsbreen (Jostedal Glacier), the largest glacier in continental Europe. Since this is posted as a part of Weekly Photo Challenge “Opportunity”, this is my favorite quote in this subject: “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” (Thomas Alva Edison). Have a great day!
This is a shoot from Statoil in Molde, taken during our trip to Atlantic Ocean Road – first on The Guardian’s list of the world’s best road trips, Norwegian Construction of the Century, etc. etc. In our opinion road it’s totally overrated (try Trollstigen instead), but this view… And some more:
There’s only 15,23 people/km2 in Norway, so when you see any, you need to take a picture.
Don’t drink and drive here. [Trollvegen, Norway]
Some of my older photos in black & white. Morning news. [Stranda, Norway.] Dance is for everybody. [Football field just outside Ålesund, Norway] Don’t drink and drive. [Trollvegen, Norway] Sorry, but this seats are taken. [One of AFK players, Ålesund, Norway][Giske festival, Norway]