Monday, 15 September 2008

Some summer holiday shots from Norway # Part 10.

Nusfjord in Lofoten is Norway’s oldest and best preserved fiskevær (fishing village).

































15 comments:

ArneA said...

V A K K E R T
men ikke riktig urbant vil jeg tillegge

RuneE said...

Her har du virkelig gjort en bra jobb. Nydelig dokumentasjon av Lofoten.

Min personlig kommentar om Nusfjord er at det virker vel mye som et museum - man tar til og med penger for at folk skal komme ned på kaiene, selv om de ikke er spesielle i forhold til mange andre steder i Lofoten.

kjpweb said...

Stunning - love these shots!
You gave a great rundown on a beautiful little town!
Cheers, Klaus

T and S said...

John : WOW...Your images beautifully describe this fishing village.

Ivar Ivrig said...

Råbra. Føler at jeg er der selv når jeg ser på bildene dine. Kult :-)

evlahos said...

a beautiful and peaceful place to pass some wonderful days. well done

esnorway said...

Er det ikke en plass i nordnorge du ikke har vært da? men fine bilder det må jeg si.

Anne-Berit said...

Nydelig,nydelig,nydelig.Jeg har noe til deg på bloggen min.Ha en flott dag!

Louise said...

Lovely photos. A less-populated area of Norway to be certain. These photos remind me of Iceland, but I have only seen a small part of Norway. I love the giant boulder in the middle of the water with birds on it.

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david mcmahon said...

Simply stunning, John!

Daniel J Santos said...

excellent, excellent, excellent.

Rose said...

I have really enjoyed this visit...so glad that I don't have to rate the pictures. I couldn't choose a favorite if my life depended on.

lynn said...

What a stunning place! The photos are gorgeous. I'm so glad I popped into David's to get this link.

Fat, frumpy and fifty... said...

am over from David's....stunning images..I feel like l could just put my hand into the landscape and pick up a building, it feels dimensional....so clear!!