Norway sits proudly near the top of the world. Like our home in New Zealand, it’s a photographer’s paradise, a country to savour, to visit slowly, and to bring a camera. Last week I featured dramatic black and white photos from an overcast, rainy day in one fjord: Lysefjord. Mixed reactions inspired me to search for images of brighter days that highlight the deep blues and greens of Norway. Today, I share the highlights of my colourful Norway images.
- Our cruise on MSC originated in Southampton, England, made one stop in the Netherlands and four stops in Norway (Bergen, Stavanger, Flam, and Oslo).
- We cruised here in 2012. This article is part of a throwback series inspired by rediscovering my photos after moving 40k images to Lightroom.
What do you think, does Norway look better in colour, or black and white?
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