A Travellerspoint blog

Entries about hinnøya

Hovden - Laukvik

Moving on to Lofoten today


View Northern Lights in Lofoten 2019 on Grete Howard's travel map.

What a difference a day makes! Yesterday was dull and grey, whereas when we wake up this morning the harbour is bathed in a glorious light!

large_819a3240-1f5c-11ea-bbdc-2f7896b8e98c.jpg
View from Frugga Feriehus in one direction...

large_8c8fad60-1f5c-11ea-bbdc-2f7896b8e98c.jpg
...and in the other

large_a693fc70-1f5c-11ea-bbdc-2f7896b8e98c.jpg
View of the harbour at the end of 'our' road

Some beautiful – albeit almost monochromatic – reflections in the still fjords as we make our way south.

large_f4451460-1f64-11ea-93c6-b1201d452b03.jpg

large_e53316b0-1f65-11ea-93c6-b1201d452b03.jpg

While I love the scenery, I really don't think I could live here, it is far too remote for me. This, I presume, is a holiday cabin (hytte); and only accessible by boat by the looks of it.

large_32bf7320-1f6f-11ea-938a-4d86fc3acbdf.jpg

Vågen

large_4320aaf0-1f5f-11ea-84d3-21250e595991.jpg

large_4f337cf0-1f5f-11ea-84d3-21250e595991.jpg

large_59db7450-1f5f-11ea-84d3-21250e595991.jpg

Drift Ice

The fjords have obviously been previously frozen and now that the weather is milder, the ice is cracking up and moving with the sea, creating interesting 3D patterns.

large_70cf95d0-1f62-11ea-aa05-8735c246df05.jpg

large_7f17be60-1f62-11ea-aa05-8735c246df05.jpg

large_8c66b9e0-1f62-11ea-aa05-8735c246df05.jpg

Bjørndalen

large_512e9760-1f64-11ea-93c6-b1201d452b03.jpg

large_5db7d1e0-1f64-11ea-93c6-b1201d452b03.jpg

large_676b0900-1f64-11ea-93c6-b1201d452b03.jpg

large_7163ad90-1f64-11ea-93c6-b1201d452b03.jpg

We stop in Sortland, the first town we have seen since Andenes, to stock up on provisions and diesel.

large_16ec8920-1f70-11ea-938a-4d86fc3acbdf.jpg
Sortland

We are now leaving Langøya Island and crossing the bridge to Hinnøya. I love the tall curved bridges around here – made that way to allow for Hurtigruten to pass under.

large_058a21e0-1f68-11ea-8b20-2fa03f705352.jpg

large_c9090c00-1f66-11ea-93c6-b1201d452b03.jpg
Hurtigruten at Ånstadsjøen. The coastal ship has supplied goods and moved people between Bergen and Kirkenes in the far north for over 120 years.

Stormy skies

What started with a glorious light this morning has now turned into dramatic storm clouds.

large_a7784420-1f6b-11ea-b6e4-b1df12e70181.jpg

large_85256c20-1f6d-11ea-8e86-6931da6e1f55.jpg

LivLand Lofoten

As we get nearer tonight's accommodation, I ring the number given to us by Booking.com. A man answers. I am assuming he is speaking Norwegian, so I do so myself too. He replies in 'nordlandsk', the local dialect. After asking him to repeat what he said half a dozen times, I apologise and explain that I have lived abroad for 45 years and my Norwegian is very rusty. I try to repeat everything I 'think' he says, so that at least if I have got it wrong, he will realise that!

large_f4bcbac0-1f77-11ea-90b1-2d53664ea2cd.jpg

The conversation put me in mind of the Barclaycard advert with Rowan Adkinson some 20 years ago: “We are both fluent; sadly in different languages".

The way I understand it, his wife is going to meet us at the house, and she is 15 minutes away. So are we. After waiting around for a while when we get there, David offers to ring up again and speak to him. I listen in and decide that this chap is way easier to understand in English than he is in Norwegian!

He tells David where to find the key, and we let ourselves in. We are now in Lofoton, where we are staying in a small settlement called Laukvik. The accommodation looks out over a pretty little bay.

large_1fa86e50-1f78-11ea-90b1-2d53664ea2cd.jpg
Our part of the building

Yet again the stairs are steep and winding. Is that a local speciality? The main problem with these stairs, however, is not just the gradient, but also the fact that each step is so shallow – around half the size of my foot! It is not so bad going up, but I already have recurring nightmares about falling down stairs (and other precipices) without the thought of trying to (carefully) negotiate these each time I want to use the loo in the night!

large_dd421070-1ffe-11ea-bea2-3d2304101276.jpg

large_e6d03360-1ffe-11ea-bea2-3d2304101276.jpg

The bedrooms and bathroom are downstairs (with the latter having lovely underfloor heating beneath the tiles). Upstairs is the open plan lounge-diner and kitchen.

large_91ea00f0-1f78-11ea-90b1-2d53664ea2cd.jpg

large_9e7dc2c0-1f78-11ea-90b1-2d53664ea2cd.jpg

large_a997b5d0-1f78-11ea-90b1-2d53664ea2cd.jpg

large_b3c6d3b0-1f78-11ea-90b1-2d53664ea2cd.jpg

The landlady turns up soon after we've settled in and she is thankfully very much easier to understand than her husband. We chat for a while about local conditions, snowfall, avalanches and such like. Before she leaves, she warns us that the old house can be quite noisy in the wind.

We are all finding it quite hard to adjust to the limited daylight hours, and feel somewhat confused that even though it is only 4pm, it is pitch black outside.

I am looking forward to having a shower this afternoon. I strip off and tip toe across the cold floor and into the lovely large bathroom, where the underfloor heating immediately warms my feet. The nearer the shower I get, the hotter the floor becomes. The heater appears to be right underneath where the shower is, and I soon hot-foot it (literally) back out again. It is unbearably hot, like walking on tropical sand in the heat of the day! Ouch! No shower for me tonight, as I didn't bring any flip-flops with me to protect my feet! We turn the heating down a little and hope it will be better tomorrow.

large_8258f150-1fff-11ea-bea2-3d2304101276.jpg

With no aurora activity this evening (the sky is full of dark clouds), we have a few drinks before retiring for the night. The storm is raging out there now, and we are looking forward to a cosy evening listening to it from the comfort of our beds.

The first thing that strikes us about the wind is that it seems to be coming up through the floorboards! I have never experienced that before, and I don't understand how it can happen, as the house is not on stilts!

Once we settle into bed, we certainly understand what the landlady meant when she said the house is noisy! Wow! I have never known a building to make a racket like that before! While it isn't scary, I cannot describe the sounds, they are like something you'd hear in a horror film: whistling, groaning, squeaking, knocking, whining, howling, and almost barking. By morning we think we're the ones that are barking!

Good night. Not. Beds are comfy though.

Posted by Grete Howard 14:34 Archived in Norway Tagged harbour landscape storm scenery ice sunrise steps stairs norway windy wind lofoten norge hurtigruten sortland nord_norge langøya northern_norway vesteralen hinnøya frugga_feriehus hovden austvågøya laukvik vågen frozen_fjord drift_ice bjørndalen ånstadsjøen sormy_skies storm_clouds nordlandsk livland_lofoten narrow_steps underfloor_heating noisy_house døgnvill Comments (2)

Risøyhamn - Hovden

A day of driving


View Northern Lights in Lofoten 2019 on Grete Howard's travel map.

One of my plans for some creative photography when I am here in Norway, is to take pictures of frozen bubbles. We set everything up – cameras on tripods, husband on blowing duty, photographers on the remote releases. Despite the thermometer showing -2 °C, the bubbles refuse to freeze, and after several attempts we give up and move on.

large_a36dfd30-19de-11ea-a7bf-f7f1c2f786dc.jpg

We are leaving Risøyhamn this morning, driving down through Hinnøya Island and crossing the bridge onto Langøya Island for our next accommodation.

large_748d5900-19ef-11ea-b454-7d4b76e99aa0.jpg

large_7e577380-19ef-11ea-b454-7d4b76e99aa0.jpg

The day consists mainly of driving through some stunning scenery. Stopping is often very difficult, as there aren't many lay-bys around, and if we do see somewhere, it has usually not been cleared of snow, thus making it too dangerous to pull in. Many of these photos are taken from a moving car, while occasionally David is able to just stop the car for a few minutes if the traffic is light.

large_df4744e0-19e0-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg

large_ea98e9c0-19e0-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg

large_f6ce8600-19e0-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg

large_0306e160-19e1-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg

large_11c59980-19e1-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg

large_1be54e10-19e1-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg
The bridge across to Langøya

large_2db20980-19e1-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg

large_3a359eb0-19e1-11ea-ad69-b3a53f82ef8f.jpg

Icicles

When we eventually find a large parking area to pull off the road, we are delighted to see the 20-foot high black rock face is spectacularly covered in the most amazing enormous cascading icicles. What a sight!

large_bdd77d10-19e6-11ea-ab16-d52ee1b875f3.jpg

large_cc22b2e0-19e6-11ea-ab16-d52ee1b875f3.jpg

large_d7b41fe0-19e6-11ea-ab16-d52ee1b875f3.jpg

large_e1f78910-19e6-11ea-ab16-d52ee1b875f3.jpg

The light is fading now, but the reflections remain fabulous on the very still water.

large_94a4b890-19f0-11ea-b454-7d4b76e99aa0.jpg

large_a5ac4f40-19f0-11ea-b454-7d4b76e99aa0.jpg

large_b812b2a0-19f0-11ea-b454-7d4b76e99aa0.jpg

large_c5602780-19f0-11ea-b454-7d4b76e99aa0.jpg

Frugga Feriehus

By the time we reach our accommodation for the night, right at the end of as small track in Hovden, it is completely dark. The apartment is modern, built on a hillside, with the entrance at the bottom, and all wood inside with glass balustrades.

large_02953930-19f4-11ea-adb9-17da34188e86.jpg

It's a bit like “Death by Ikea” (the following two pictures were taken from the Booking.com website – who we booked it though; as I forgot to take pictures inside).

large_1c3c4280-19f3-11ea-adb9-17da34188e86.jpg

large_25b57de0-19f3-11ea-adb9-17da34188e86.jpg

David does, however, photograph the stairs leading up to the top floor – like a loft room. The steps are more like a ladder!

large_ada85010-1ffc-11ea-aff7-09410a4b77a1.jpg

Dinner

Before we left home, I promised to make Lyn one of my favourite Sunday dinners from when I grew up in Norway: whale steak.

large_e1e7f050-19f4-11ea-adb9-17da34188e86.jpg

Tender and lean, like the finest beef, whale meat is nothing like you imagine.

large_ec0051e0-19f4-11ea-adb9-17da34188e86.jpg

The whale and mushroom casserole has to be served Norwegian style, with the ubiquitous boiled potatoes. When I grew up in this country, no meal was complete without boiled potatoes!

This evening is proving to be cloudy, so we settle down with a drink, safe in the knowledge that we are not going to be going out looking at the Northern Lights tonight!

Posted by Grete Howard 13:43 Archived in Norway Tagged snow reflections fjords scenery norway icicles norge bubbles langøya risøyhamn northern_norway vesteralen inside_the_arctic_circle nordnorge hinnøya frozen_bubbles artcic_circle frugga_feriehus hovden whale_steak whale_dinner whale_beef Comments (4)

More Andøya

A leisurely day


View Northern Lights in Lofoten 2019 on Grete Howard's travel map.

We set out to do more explorations of Andøya today, and are very excited to see the coastal voyage ship Hurtigruten ready to dock at Risøyhamn.

large_bd42f4e0-12f9-11ea-9f58-675051def3ef.jpg

As we don't have the pressure of collecting Lyn's luggage today, we have the chance to stop for photographs a little more often.

large_cde8e390-12f9-11ea-9f58-675051def3ef.jpg

large_d8caafa0-12f9-11ea-9f58-675051def3ef.jpg

large_3d2704c0-12fb-11ea-9f58-675051def3ef.jpg

Failing to find a suitable lay-by, I merely take photos through the windscreen.

large_e7b9bf30-12fc-11ea-84d6-33bc515f4dee.jpg

large_8a372920-1300-11ea-86d2-7def56d3fff9.jpg
Sørmela

The topography here in Vesterålen is nothing short of spectacular, with steep cliffs tumbling straight into the sea. Communities have been carved out of the small area of flat land that are found near the ocean; or where there is no suitable ground, the road is cut into the hillside for want of any other space. This is why the coastal voyage postal ships were so vital before the roads – and bridges – were built.

large_bc7d35a0-1382-11ea-b76c-c1c6007c1677.jpg

large_488d9a50-1381-11ea-b76c-c1c6007c1677.jpg

The roads also travel through the mountains on several occasions, with some very long tunnels, as well as short ones such as here.

large_6f081110-1381-11ea-b76c-c1c6007c1677.jpg

There are some impressive waves too.

large_ec35d000-1381-11ea-b76c-c1c6007c1677.jpg

Woodpecker

Without warning, a woodpecker cuts across the bow of the car and flies up onto a telegraph pole. Excitedly we wait for him to reappear so we can take a decent photo of him. He doesn't. He hides behind the post until he decides he has teased us enough and disappears into the distance. Later identified as a Grey Headed Woodpecker, he is another new bird to us.

large_8edd8170-1389-11ea-945e-57d17fe98dbb.jpg
Rubbish photo, but we saw him!

Every few minutes there is a scene that I beg David to stop the car for so that I can photograph it. I have to confess that I often just shoot from the passengers seat, as most times we are unable to find an area to pull off the road where we can safely get out of the car. Thankfully traffic is light to the point of almost non-existent, so we are able to just stop the car on the main road for long enough to take pictures.

large_eef5c440-138a-11ea-945e-57d17fe98dbb.jpg

large_f8e25ae0-138a-11ea-945e-57d17fe98dbb.jpg

large_811d02a0-138d-11ea-8da0-cdf208cbae2f.jpg

large_ffa76400-1390-11ea-832c-019fa0898519.jpg

large_0abb3c90-1391-11ea-832c-019fa0898519.jpg

large_70f21380-1391-11ea-832c-019fa0898519.jpg

Once we are back on Hinnøya, we take the road from last night, but continue on further.

large_d3fbb070-13bf-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

At a junction we are unsure of which direction to take, and soon realise we've probably chosen unwisely when we come across a sign that states: “Construction road. Bad Condition. Continue at your own risk.”

large_3b46b680-13c0-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

We do continue for a short distance, but decide that it probably isn't worth the risk and with nowhere to turn the car, David ends up reversing back to the crossroads.

The other choice at the intersection takes us past farms with a few domestic animals, the first we've seen on the trip so far.

large_d9c20b10-13c1-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

large_0dcc7360-13c1-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

While the sky is still showing feint hues of pink, purple and yellows, the moon is just rising and looming large from behind the mountains.

large_70ad7db0-13c3-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

large_f2094b60-13c2-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

large_fa7b01d0-13c2-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

large_0b70be30-13c3-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

large_13bb1680-13c3-11ea-a4e4-ad4ee653509a.jpg

Reindeer

David spots it first: an animal in the road. A horse maybe? No, it has antlers, it must be a deer.

large_e61c2100-192c-11ea-908a-8df0e81af453.jpg

As we get nearer we realise – to our great surprise - it is in fact a reindeer! Not just one, but two!

large_01378560-192d-11ea-908a-8df0e81af453.jpg

Another one appears and crosses the road in front of us. This is seriously exciting!

large_2070d670-192d-11ea-908a-8df0e81af453.jpg

As more and more reindeer come into sight, it becomes apparent that these are indeed domesticated – albeit free range – reindeer.

large_507ea040-192d-11ea-908a-8df0e81af453.jpg

large_4fe54670-192d-11ea-908a-8df0e81af453.jpg

Burying their heads in the snow, they dig for moss and other tasty vegetation.

large_4f8c29f0-192d-11ea-908a-8df0e81af453.jpg

They may be part of a domestic herd, but is still the first time I have seen reindeer walking around freely in all the years I lived in Norway. What a very special experience!

The daylight is all but gone by the time we get back to the house. We are hoping for some more Northern Lights this evening, but unfortunately they are not playing ball, so we spend the evening eating, drinking and chatting.

large_5c6f3ce0-1930-11ea-97c6-3573430520bd.jpg

Posted by Grete Howard 14:40 Archived in Norway Tagged landscapes waves scenery farm tunnel moon norway woodpecker reindeer norge hurtigruten nord_norge risøyhamn drive_by_shooting northern_norway vesteralen andøya nordnorge hinnøya sørmela coastal_voyage Comments (3)

Andøya

Lyn is reunited with her luggage


View Northern Lights in Lofoten 2019 on Grete Howard's travel map.

I received a text late last night saying that Lyn's case has made it to Andenes Airport, and to contact them to arrange delivery. We are going to Andenes for shopping today anyway, so it seems a much better idea for us to collect the bag from the airport, rather than having to arrange a time for delivery, which means we have to make sure we are in the house when they arrive.

This morning promises some nice, albeit cold, weather, and Lyn and I wander down to the coast while David scrapes the ice off the car.

large_a49004b0-11eb-11ea-8d85-f34aab5acdf2.jpg
Risøyhamn Bridge

large_b754b4b0-11eb-11ea-8d85-f34aab5acdf2.jpg
Mountains reflecting in the still waters

large_c9fe62a0-11eb-11ea-8d85-f34aab5acdf2.jpg
Everything looks better with a sprinkling of snow

Andøya

We are heading across the rather impressive 750 metre long Andøy Bridge, which takes us from Hinnøya to Andøya – two of the islands that make up the Vesterålen archipelago.

large_f9374b30-12e6-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

The bridge is pretty impressive from whichever way you look at it, and approaching it by road from our end, it looks impossibly steep.

large_6830dec0-12e7-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

It is, in fact, 30 metres high to allow for ships to pass under, such as Hurtigruten, the coastal voyage ship which historically provided a lifeline to the people living in isolated village, and these days also ferries tourists along this coast.

There are not many roads on the island, so the plan is to drive up to the top on the west coast, and back down on the east coast.

large_cf1d2300-12e7-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

The scenery is breathtaking, with steep, craggy cliffs and the sunrise reflected in the inlet with its broken up ice.

large_08a6e750-12e8-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

With short daylight hours (the sun rises at 8:30 and sets at 14:00), the light is wonderful for most of that time, changing between a delicate pastel pink and a shocking orange. And all the shades between.

large_9ba0f0f0-12e8-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

large_abcbbc30-12e8-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

large_c8ce0900-12e8-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

large_db6148c0-12e8-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

At one of our stops we see a Sea Eagle flying overhead, but he is way too quick for me to photograph. The ground is icy, and walking is quite precarious.

large_d11adce0-12e9-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

large_e6de9c10-12e9-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg

Andenes Airport

Small and very unassuming, the airport is deserted when we arrive. I spot a security guard in the back room and call out. He saunters across and tells me the staff member we want (the only one there apparently) is outside “seeing the plane off”. After a few minutes the man we apparently need comes back in again, looks at us and states: “you're here to collect the bag”. Moments later he brings Lyn's case out from the back room and hands it over, shrugging his shoulders at my suggestion that he might want to see the paperwork. That's laid back.

large_8bbeb580-12ea-11ea-815f-5f1f407341a5.jpg
An emotional reunion

Andenes is a 'big town' and we do a little drive-through sightseeing before stopping for a food shop as well as petrol.

large_1a3cd720-12ef-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
Andenes Harbour

large_29253750-12ef-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
REMA 1000. Although a 'discount store', prices are still about double what we are used to from the UK

While we were enjoying the sunrise earlier, it has now evolved into sunset.

large_9b992490-12ef-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

large_b3b50490-12ef-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

large_cb67c280-12ef-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

large_eab33c00-12ef-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

large_f9c5b970-12ef-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

large_07f1a770-12f0-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

Risøyhamn

We stop at the small village just short of the bridge to take in the last half an hour of the setting sun.

large_71c3a680-12f0-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

large_7e6d6150-12f0-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
Icicles

large_90aeb080-12f0-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
That bridge again

large_b2ffc8e0-12f0-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
Cormorants on the bridge legs

large_27bf53d0-12f1-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
Red Breasted Merganesers taking off (a new bird for us - yay!)

large_4227bbe0-12f1-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
Flying into the sunset

Sunsets and light are strange bedfellows: standing facing the sunset, I get this dramatic view...

large_8dd81b70-12f1-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

… while immediately turning 180° with my back to the sun the light is altogether more delicate.

large_a1200530-12f1-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

Before the light disappears completely, we make a recce of possible places to photograph the northern lights tonight should it decide to play ball.

large_09540bb0-12f2-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
From here maybe...?

Northern Lights

Despite not being able to see anything interesting in the sky, we make a trip out after dinner and head for the place identified earlier. The night view is nice, but the very feint lights are not really in a good position. We are also disappointed that the bridge is not lit at night

large_7d9d5530-12f2-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

David spots a small arc at 90° angle to the bridge, just over the hill at the end of the road.

large_a9ec4240-12f2-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

Nothing spectacular, and the foreground is dull, so we move on.

large_da580a90-12f2-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg
Interesting foreground, but the lights are still rather pale and the moon somewhat dominates the picture

large_f0d49270-12f2-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

On a private road near a farm we have a good view, but the street lights are a nuisance.

large_5a10ba20-12f3-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

Fearing the aurora is not going to do much more this evening we head towards home, but on a whim I suggest we take a road not yet explored.

Bingo!

large_a584d400-12f3-11ea-b014-5742cdf34c0e.jpg

For the next hour we watch as the lights glow, fade and pulse; varying from an intense flash to a gentle glow and an amazing radiance over the entire sky. At times they appear to dance across the sky with greenish swathes of light moving in waves and creating dramatic patterns of illumination. What a wonderful experience.

large_8d0e5b70-12f4-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

large_988562a0-12f4-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

large_afb8b760-12f4-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

large_c6a454c0-12f4-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

large_d5070a30-12f4-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

We move on to one last location before calling it a night, sated with the delights of what we came here for: The Aurora Borealis.

large_2082ec40-12f5-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

large_2e2f22f0-12f5-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

large_39290ae0-12f5-11ea-ac65-bbb889ec84dd.jpg

Posted by Grete Howard 12:49 Archived in Norway Tagged sea sunset harbour airport bridge sunrise eagle norway archipelago aurora northern_lights lost_luggage hurtigruten grocery_shopping arctic_circle aurora_borealis andenes risøyhamn vesteralen andøya inside_the_arctic_circle nordnorge andenes_airport andøy_bridge hinnøya rema_1000 merganeser Comments (5)

(Entries 1 - 4 of 4) Page [1]