Hamnøya, Lofoten. The local fishing boats are called "sjark" in Norwegian. The local fishermen departs early in the morning and arrives with their fish by noon.
Reine, Lofoten. This is a famous place in Lofoten, and is attractive to tourists all year. In February you will be accompanied by photographers from all over the world.
Reine, Lofoten. The sun is just above the horizon and creates the magic arctic light.
Reine, Lofoten. A local fishing boat on the way to fresh cod fishing. There is a lot of cod in the sea around Lofoten islands at this time of year.
Henningsvær, Lofoten. Fresh cod prepared and is naturally dried over months on stands outdoors. The best bacalao come from this area and has long traditions.
Svolvær, Lofoten. The Lofoten Cathedral mirrored in the clear water just after sunset.
Henningsvær, Lofoten. The nature can be hard to houses and the environment. And you will find street art made by local artists around Lofoten.
Henningsvær, Lofoten. Of course you would stay in the Arctic Hotel while in the arctic. Unfortunately, they are closed at this time of year. But there are many other accomodations to stay while visiting Lofoten.
Gimsøy, Lofoten. Gimsøy Church is really tied to the ground due to weather conditions. The wind can be really strong in this area. Many local fishermen are laid to rest here.
The arctic light and Lofoten is attractive to photographers from around, like Emile Holba @emileholbaphoto from London.
Vågan, Lofoten. Skulpture making an optical "wrong" illusion. The mountain in the mirror is behind the photographer.
Henningsvær, Lofoten. Fish stands (this type is called "Fiskehesje" in Norwegian) in the light of the sunset.
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