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Towering island peaks, above the icy deeps

nordic

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i’m back from my merry little jaunt to norway with a stack of  photographs to edit and, surprisingly, a touch of sunburn to nurse!

i could not have asked for better weather for my first-ever norwegian trip, despite the glaring sunshine and eternal daylight making sleep incredibly hard to come by; if you’re ever travelling to norway in the summer months a sleep mask is an absolute must, along with a bikini (for a dip in the outdoor jacuzzi) and facial sunblock to protect your little nose.

you’ll also need a waterproof windbreaker if, like me, you’re lucky enough to go on a boat trip along the fjords – just feast your eyes on some of the breathtakingly majestic scenery i encountered on my travels…

early morning climb to aksla viewpoint, overlooking ålesund:

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a boat trip from ålesund to geiranger:

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early morning view over geirangerfjord:

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the ferry dock at sunnmøre:

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| all photographs © kate baxter |

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