Featured Fine Art Print for April: Flø Melancholy
April already? It`s time for featuring another Fine Art Print on the home page and for April,
From Fløstranda, looking towards Godøya Island and Sunnmørsalpene Alps (mountain range) in the distance. Norway, March 2011. *click to view large on home page!
Norway is a cold, snowy place in wintertime, that`s true. But, less known is the fact that most of the west coast has very little, or no, snow/ice and is generally warmer, than the rest of the country, during wintertime due to the Gulf Stream. During my 8 hour (north-west) drive to Flø, the temperature changed from -28 degrees Celsius to -2 degrees Celsius at the time I arrived the coast!
Flø, and many nearby coastline areas, are very fascinating, especially at this time of year when the Sunnmørsalpene Alps are still covered in snow while the coastline is starting to bloom. One year has passed, but I will return soon to once again be swept away by the raw beauty of this place before the mountain snow melts away. Do you want to see more of my monochrome photography? Take a look at the Monochrome Landscapes-gallery. Have a wonderful week!
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