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Moody Hues // Photograph by Luca Venturi Atmospheric weather conditions in the Lofoten Islands village of Hamnøy gave Luca Venturi the opportunity to take advantage of a less than ideal forecast on a four-day photography trip. The Your Shot member had hoped to capture the aurora borealis on the Norwegian archipelago and found it necessary to adapt.

Moody Hues by Luca Venturi, National Geographic Your Shot - Lofoten Islands village of Hamnøy

The Village of Å

Lofoten Islands Photography: Arctic Winter Wonderland

Lofoten Islands #Finland

Scandinavia: Self-driving tour Lapland, North Cape & Lofoten


An “adventurer” and photographer from Europe, Max Rive captures some lovely landscapes in the course of his journeys. Advertisement Via Max Rive

Romsdalseggen, Åndalsnes, Norway.

In the Romsdalen Valley and the area around Åndalsnes - Norway's mountaineering capital - you'll find picture postcard attractions.

Snow year round

Northern Europe/Baltics/Scandinavia/Russia -A passenger liner sailing along the Neroyfjord in Norway. credits: cruisemaster-me


Lofoten archipelago in the Arctic Circle, Norway

Independence Pass, Colorado

Colorado River Fall A beautiful photo of of a river highlighted by fall colors near Independence Pass, Colorado.

The view from Schafberg

View from Schafberg mountain, Austria - Schafberg is a mountain in the Austrian state of Salzburg. Situated within the Salzkammergut Mountains range of the Northern Limestone Alps, the Schafberg rises at the shore of Wolfgangsee Lake.

‘Living in a Box’. | 9 Incredible Images From The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

9 Incredible Images From The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Box Life: Photograph by Norbert Well. There's nowhere to see but up in this photo of Hong Kong, taken by Norbert Well

Geiranger, Norway. Experience spectacular natural beauty around the world! TravelingUnleashed.com

Geiranger, Norway : Flydalsjuvet by Stian Rekdal on Fivehundredpx. My drunken ancestors would sit on this promontory and hurl into the fjord.