Lofoten’s December


During our visit to the Lofoten Islands last December, it was gloomy weather for the whole three days while we are there. In December, the islands are very quite, we hardly saw any other tourists. Although there are many activity you can’t do during the winter there, I still love the place, it is so beautiful! I just love how the winter turn everything into black and white.


These panoramas are taken around Reine, one of the fishing village there. Reine is one of the bigger towns there, where you can find a patrol stations and some restaurant. (but during our visit there, all the restaurant are not open, and we have to eat at the patrol station most of the time.)


It’s an incredible feeling taking photographs there, especially when its so peaceful and quite.


The best advantage of a self-driving trip is that you can stop whenever you want, not only taking photographs at remote places, but you can also take a bathroom break whenever where-ever. 😛


All these photographs are combination of several images. So they are actually very big, but due to the practicality of this blog i resized them, so it takes less storage capacity and easier to load for the viewers. Viewing the photos at these size don’t do them justice, i will definitely print them out big someday. 😀


Going home.

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Google maps says that I will be walking 45 Minutes before can reach home, but it took me almost 1 and a half hour. It’s a long way but I actually enjoyed it. Took this panorama shot when I was crossing the Waterloo Bridge, I didn’t had a tripod with me then, luckily the handheld shoots lines up well. 🙂