Tromsö - Taking your house for a swim
Norwegian blues around Tromsö, Håköya, Ersfjordbotn, Sommaröya, Hillesöya, Kvalöy, Lyngseidet.
Reine driving across Håköya
The German battleship Tirpitz was finally sunk in November 1944 by Royal Air Force. The large craters from bombs that missed their targets form small lakes today.
Standing in one of the Tallboy craters at Håköya
Blasts from the past
The final resting place of German battleship Tirpitz is surprisingly tranquil. It's hard to imagine the mayhem that took place here 60 years ago.
Having a picnic at a fjord surrounded by mountains while listening to Bel Canto on phone speakers. It doesn't really get more Norway than that.
The road to nothingness
The single-lane bridge was not really made for meeting with another car.
Bridge to Sommaröya
This is just about as far west you can go without falling into the Atlantic ocean.
Surveying the landscape at Hillesöya
Bridge of the mountain king
Driving across Kvalöy
Landslides are nasty business. This house was floating several hundred meters from its original location.
Into the mist
Reine inspecting a mysterious door in Tromsö harbor
Not the Opera house
Arctic Cathedral in Tromsö
Polaria Museum in Tromsö