Landscapes of Norway

So much of Norway is defined by its relationship to the sea—its islands, fjords, glaciers, fishing villages, and tens of thousands of miles of dramatic coastlines. Norwegian territory stretches from its capital city of Oslo in the south (about the same latitude as the northern United Kingdom) to the far northern Svalbard archipelago, a mere 800 miles from the North Pole. Gathered here is a collection of images from recent years, taken by photographers on the ground, out at sea, and in the air, showing some of Norway’s spectacular scenery.

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