norway village fjord

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A short timelapse video of northern parts of three regions Lofoten, Senja of Norway and Isle of Sky of Highland. Cool nature landscapes and some great weather conditions are for you to enjoy in this short video.

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Flåm tourist stop by Tony
Via Flickr:
Flåm is a village in Flåmsdalen, at the inner end of the Aurlandsfjorden—a branch of Sognefjorden. The name Flåm is documented as early as 1340 as Flaam. It is derived from the plural dative form of the Old Norse word flá meaning “plain, flat piece of land”, and it refers to the flood plains of the Flåm River.

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For a place as far north as Alaska and Siberia, cold and unpredictable weather comes with the territory. Last March, I spent 6 days in Lofoten Islands. it was incredible! From snow storms to strong wind that literally pushed me couple of times, to beautiful sunny skies, not to mention the mesmerizing moment under the northern lights and of course Lofoten’s distinctive scenery and dramatic mountains and peaks.
This is a short movie of my vacation there I hope you like it and thanks for watching! :)

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Absolutely gorgeous landscape video taken near Bergen, Norway. The cloud reflection about 3:15 in is absolutely incredible; I want to see it in gif form!

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Fjærland is a tiny, but very special Norwegian village. It’s a place, where glacier meets the fjord. Located at the end of Fjærlandfjorden - a branch going north off the Sognefjorden, the longest fjord in Norway (and the second in the world) and beneath Jostedalsbreen - the largest glacier in continental Europe.
On the summer 2015 I worked in a small hotel by the fjord - Fjærland Fjordstue Hotell. I spent a lot of days taking pictures in my free time after work.
I spent even more time editing the footage, on my 6 years old, not too powerful computer.
And finally, I finished the movie. I’m proud of my work, and I hope you’ll like it.
P.S. I saw there Aurora Borealis for the first time in my life, and I was amazed. I stood outside and I loughed all the time like a child. This experience is hard to describe.