Photo gallery NorwayWe have created an extra picture gallery for some articles.Thus the articles with few pictures are loaded fast, and who has desire on more photos, calls additionally the picture gallery.Polar bear in front of Polaria building in TromsöBehind the polar bear sculpture, the overturning dominos of the Polaria building can be seen.The marina in TromsöRight next to the Polaria building this great photo with the reflection of the boat mastsTromsoe Arctic Sea Cathedral and Tromso BridgeGloomy weather over the Arctic Sea CathedralTromsö Arctic Sea Cathedral and Tromso BridgeOn the second day in Tromsö, the sky above the Arctic Sea Cathedral looks much more inviting.Library TromsöThe municipal library in Tromsö has a great architecture – and plenty of peace and quiet for working.Road sign: Crossing snowmobilesEspecially in northern Norway the signs for the snowmobile tracks are abundant.Norway road sign NordkappIn the early morning in Alta this sign shows us: We are at the finish line.Street sign community border HammerfestWe will probably not get any closer to the polar bears: We skip Hammerfest and drive directly to the North Cape.Double game warning: moose and reindeerAnd we can’t even decide what to look for. The reindeer density near the North Cape is enormous.Seagulls at the port in SkarsvagWe pass the time watching seagulls. And we hope that the weather will be good enough for us to start to the North Cape.Norway Port of SkarsvagEven in drizzle we like the port of Skarsvag. The seagulls in Norway are sooo huge.Fish tails on a house wall in SkarsvagThe result of a long-running fishing competition is displayed here: who has caught the biggest and heaviest fish?Sunshine at the North CapeIt is beautiful. And deserted. We can play around with the camera and just enjoy.Sheep? Where? I do not see any.This sheep near Trollholmsund is completely unimpressed by the warning sign.At the North Cape: the famous globe against the lightI am at a loss for words. So beautiful!Reindeer at the roadsideIn Norway there are said to be more reindeer than inhabitants. I believe it immediately.Reindeer at the roadsideIn Norway there are said to be more reindeer than inhabitants. I believe it immediately.Our motorcycles have brought us far.And it’s deserted here.Our Africa Twins in front of the globe at the North CapeThe later the afternoon, the darker the sky. The photographer’s heart rejoices.Wolfgang – in the background the fjordWe are now close to the North Cape – and still have time for photo games.Mailboxes in NorwayMailboxes in NorwaySelf-service store on the ferrySuch a thing also only works in Norway. Basic assumption: everyone is honest.Motorcycle in front of bridgeNorway is full of impressive bridges, one more beautiful than the other.Breakfast visit to the campsite in NorwayBreakfast visit to the campsite in NorwayThe first evening in NorwayThe first evening, camping in LindesnesOn top of the PreikestolenOn top of the Preikestolen, the photo had to be simple.Ascent to PreikestolenAscent to Preikestolen, in the background already the Lysefjord.View of the SognefjordWhat a great color the water at the Sognefjord has.Evening mood at LysefjordGreat dark clouds in the evening at LysefjordAt the Lindesnes LighthouseWolfgang in the back light, on the lighthouse LindesnesSunset at Lindesnes LighthouseWe sit below the lighthouse and enjoy the sunset.GeirangerfjordPanorama picture of the GeirangerfjordView of BergenView of Bergen after we went up with the Floybanen.Crystal clear water everywhereCrystal clear water in a reservoir, on the way to LysefjordLindesnes South CapeLindesnes South Cape, only 2518 kilometers to the North Cape.Wir waren schon fast wieder aus Bergen heraus, aber die tolle Vormittagssonne mussten wir ausnutzen.Lotefossen twin waterfallWe enjoyed the Lotefossen twin waterfall surprisingly well.Atlantic Road – Storseisund BridgeEspecially at the Storseisund Bridge, I had the feeling of driving up a launch pad. Like flying.TrollstigenEine schöne Figur unten an den Trollstigen.Stave Church UrnesOne of the oldest stave churches in the world – UNESCO protected.Standard lunch during RamadanOrcas on the LofotenJust before Reine we saw orcas. Live and in color. In free nature. Just like that. Amazing!We with Barbara and RobertFinally we have managed to see them in the flesh again.Town sign-AProbably the most photographed town-sign on the Lofoten Islands.Lofoten-Robuer-Reine PortHere you can have a close look at the traditional cottages. In Reine they still fish cod.Robuer in ReineSmall red houses in front of large mountain massifs are a common sight in Lofoten. Nevertheless, we are always delighted.Robuer in HamnoyTraditional fishermen houses in Hamnoy, not without reason a popular photo motifLofoten RainbowA rainbow on the beach of Eggum. It was raining really often.Kjellstraumen boat houseThe boathouse from the campsite in the evening light.Lofoten evening skyNothing going on at the end of the street, almost only sheep.Port of HenningsvaA worth seeing small fishing village on the Lofoten – and at this time of the year almost human.Henningsva harbourLofoten Traditional Fish DryingOutside all the fish had already been removed, but in the Viking Museum in Borg we could still see them being dried.Lofoten Wildlife SheepSheep right next to the Viking Museum in Borg on Lofoten.Lofoten landscape – on the road to EggumWe have chosen our cottage on the Lofoten very well, already the road there was worth seeing.Evening mood at OfotfjordYes, it was really so kitschy and beautiful there.Arctic circle centerAnd the two motorcycles as proof: yes, we were here.Arctic Circle Stele from 1937We have reached the polar circle – and it is really cold.Toilet house UreddplassenThe toilet house at the Ureddplassen rest area is a real work of art.Kjellingstraumen-Evening moodCamping Kjellingstraumen – great view of the bridge, even though the operator tells us wordy that he has been fighting for years to have the bridge painted.On the ferryNot much action on the ferry, here the season is already over.Lunch break with a viewDespite the cold we also enjoy the view of the hundredth bridge.Picnic bench with a viewWell adjusted to tourism: we regularly find nice places with a view at lunchtimeNidarosdom in TrondheimA beautiful old building from the 12th century.City center TrondheimThe city center of Trondheim is quite colorfulSykkelheis. The Trondheim bicycle lift.The Sykkelheis helps the people of Trondheim to motivate themselves to cycle.Café in BakklandetInvites you to linger.Traditional warehouses in TrondheimEspecially attractive in the evening sun.Tent meadow at Holmsted CampingA tent could not stand better. Great view – and the water wasn’t cold at all while swimming.View of the BindalsfjordWild clouds at BindalsfjordAt the fjord directly in front of the houseWe enjoy the great view of the water – and the rain break.Rainbow near VikThe Norwegian nature is incredible. And the weather is unpredictable.Rain in SömnaGood thing we have a cottage for a few days…On the ferry to TjöttaBeautiful view during the third ferry trip of the day.Lunch break by the fjordGreat view of the marina. SO the lunch break is double fun.