Roadtrip to Norway (alot of images)

GRID

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Just got back from a 7 day roadtrip to Norway, I had my E-M5 and Pana 20 around my neck almost all the way, and i also used my Canon 300mm F2.8 and Samyang 7,5mm and Oly 75mm F1.8 on my E-M1.

First stop was Orsa, where my GF had won a photocontest and the price was a full day for free and to get close to the polarbears.
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They have the worlds biggest inclosure for Polarbears, you see about 1/5 of it in this pic.
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Quite a view while eating.
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Some more animals on the way down.
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Then we went to Idre and Nipfjäll (still in sweden)
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Then into Norway.
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Alot of tunnels there.
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First goal, Atlantroad.
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Then we went out on a smaller island called Runde, for trying to get pics of Puffins.
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And even tog to take photos on a Sea eagle from above.
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Then it was time for the quite famous place Geiranger. Rainy night, but then came the sun.
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The highest mountain in Geiranger, Dalsnibba 1500m, driving into the clouds to get to the top.
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You can see the cruiseship down in the fjord.
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The snow never melts away completely up here.
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On the way down again.
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And then we left Geiranger for Trollstigen.
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Stop on the way down.
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Then we went to Dovrefjäll to try to get pics of Myskox,
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And the guide managed to get us quite close to these animals that are known for not being afraid to get into close combat of you upset them.
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Then we went back to sweden again :)
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More photos from this trip on my site.
 

Neftun

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Awesome shots! Highly impressive. Makes me wanna see more of Norway:)


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GRID

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Awesome shots! Highly impressive. Makes me wanna see more of Norway:)


Patrick K
There´s alot more to see, this is from the middle of Norway, we havent desided yet if our next trip there should go south or north.
 

Neftun

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There´s alot more to see, this is from the middle of Norway, we havent desided yet if our next trip there should go south or north.
I gathered as much, I'm Norwegian;) I just haven't seen those places yet, regrettably.

Wether south or north next time is a difficult choice indeed. North is by far the most dramatic in terms of scenery. Cliffs and hills right by the sea. South, or Oslofjorden, where I live, is more sedate, but beautiful!

Don't wanna hijack your thread or anything, but if you want to check it out, here is my album for a lovely little place called Nevlunghavn, a couple of hours south of Oslo, to give you an idea of what to expect.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/95479878@N02/sets/72157639811955274/
 

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if you are going back, you should go north, if you are interested in nature then Lofoten is the place to go! For more city like stuff Tromsø is beautiful in the summer!
 
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