February 15, 2009

Lofoten Islands - Norway

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Lofoten is on the UNESCO list of world heritage is situated north of the polar circle in Norway.

Lofoten Islands is also No. 2 on The Observers list of 20 paradise Islands around the world.
Nowhere does the midnight sun shine to greater effect than on Norway's Lofoten Islands, anchored above the Arctic Circle. Their purple mountains and green meadows, bright fishing boats and rust-red cottages on stilts are mirrored in Caribbean-blue sea.
Edgar Allen Poe described the seas around as 'lashed into ungovernable fury... .The main tourist islands, Austvagoy, Vestvagoy, Flakstad and Moskenes, appeal to writers and artists as well as outdoor enthusiasts, with climbing, hiking, riding, canoeing, biking, rafting and fishing highly popular. Puffins, cormorants, guillemots, eagles and seals bring in the wildlife watchers. For anyone with Viking ancestry a visit to the new Viking museum at Borg is a must.

Camera: Nikon 885 PP: Paintshop - Pinnacle

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