Monday 31 May 2010

Sunday 30 May 2010

Boathouse #2

Saturday 29 May 2010

Friday 28 May 2010


Fish drying on a rack in the village of Tind, Lofoten

Thursday 27 May 2010

Wednesday 26 May 2010

Tuesday 25 May 2010


Monday 24 May 2010

Sunday 23 May 2010

Norwegian weather

These two photos of Nusfjord in Lofoten were taken just fifteen minutes apart. So, if you come to Norway in May, you need to be ready for summer and winter at the same time!
The Norwegians have a saying, "Det er ingen dårlig vær, bare dårlig klær". Roughly translated this means, "There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing".

Saturday 22 May 2010

Friday 21 May 2010


Thursday 20 May 2010

Approaching Storm #2

Ramberg beach, Lofoten

Wednesday 19 May 2010

Seagull #2

Seagull perched on the corner of a drying rack full of headless cod.

Tuesday 18 May 2010

Roads and Bridges

The road to Fredvang, Lofoten
This post is dedicated to all my friends in civil engineering.

Monday 17 May 2010


Sunday 16 May 2010


Saturday 15 May 2010

Friday 14 May 2010


"Rorbuer" or fisherman's cabins in Å

Thursday 13 May 2010


The fishing village of Å in Lofoten, Norway
This panorama is best viewed in large format - left click to enlarge the picture.

Wednesday 12 May 2010

Golf Club

Preikestolen Golf Club

Tuesday 11 May 2010

Monday 10 May 2010

Sunday 9 May 2010

Dalsnuten #2

View from Dalsnuten looking south. You can see the end of the Gandsfjord and the town of Sandnes. The distant blue horizon is the North Sea.

Saturday 8 May 2010


View from Dalsnuten looking north across the Gandsfjord towards the city of Stavanger.

Friday 7 May 2010

Thursday 6 May 2010

Wednesday 5 May 2010

Preikestolen #4

The photographer's assistant, although willing and able to climb sheer cliff faces with his bare hands whilst carrying expensive camera equipment, has yet to read the chapter on picture composition. Or was he just thinking outside the box?

N.B. in this shot you can see the crack running across Preikestolen. It is being carefully monitored by geologists who tell us that we are quite safe now, but that Preikestolen will break off and fall 600m into Lysefjord "soon". Of course, to a geologist that means sometime in the next million years or so.

Tuesday 4 May 2010

Monday 3 May 2010

Preikestolen #2

Preikestolen (or "Pulpit Rock") with the 40km long Lysefjord stretching away in the background. This famous Stavanger landmark was first posted on this blog on 25th February ( This time the shot has been taken from above, which required better conditions underfoot and a lot of personal effort!

Sunday 2 May 2010

Saturday 1 May 2010

Sea #2

Long exposure shot of waves lapping on the Tananger shoreline