I feel it is the right time to say goodbye as I can't provide you with any interesting photos anymore. There are some more left, but it gets more and more difficult to pick something really new. This is therefore the last picture. It was taken in July 2007 at 1 a.m. I hope you enjoyed reading the blog and watching my photos. And thank you for the nice comments I got sometimes.
If I return to northern Norway one day, there might be new photos published here. I am also considering opening a new blog soon, so keep your eyes open, I'll post information about it here.
This photo was taken the same day as the previous one. As you can see, the weather wasn't really good (it was the middle of August). On the left, above the horizon you can see a grayish shade. If it hadn't been raining that hard that day, you could see the North Cape there....
Our theme day is this month paths and passages. This is the path to Knivsjellodden, the northernmost point of the entire continent of Europe (which is in fact located on an island...). The hike takes about three hours (+ of course another 3 hours to get back). It you look carefully, you can see two tourists on their way to Knivsjellodden on the photo. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants