I can’t stop feeling utterly grateful to live in Scandinavia. A few days ago I got on a train in Sundsvall in the evening, and 17 hours later I woke up far up north. Eventually the train rolled over the border and in through the mountains of Norway. They stood blue and tall, the perfect backdrop for autumn and it took my breath away. Traveling through Scandinavia is so easy and it’s so good damn beautiful here – I am less and less intrigued to hop on a plane and fly places far away, there’s so much to explore in this place I am lucky enough to call home!
This was my second trip to Norway, and very different from last summer when we were more south exploring the picturesque city of Bergen.
By taking the arctic train all the way to Narvik I was able to spend a few amazing days in northern Norway. In Tennevoll, Lavangen I lived in a cabin and hung out with my friend Amanda enjoying the views, fresh mountain air and some fishing in the fjords before it was time to capture her wedding.