Norway Mountain Photos | Lofoten Islands Winter Fine Art Photography

Norway Lofoten Islands Fine Art Photography Prints For Sale

An online gallery of beautiful pictures of Norway for sale as limited edition, luxury fine art prints and wall art from a professional landscape photographer and artist. These Museum Quality photographs are available as Fine Art Paper Prints, Metal Prints, and Acrylic Prints. Large-scale prints 8 feet or more in size are available.

Facts About Norway

Norway (the Northern Way) was a part of Sweden from 1814 to 1905 when it gained its independence. Well over half of its population of 5,443,000 lives in the southern end of the country near Oslo, Norway’s capital. There are over 50,000 islands off Norway’s coastline which were carved by deep glacial fjords. About 2/3 of Norway is mountainous. The Glama River which runs south for most of eastern Norway is 373 miles long.

The Best Subjects and Locations

1. Mountains - 2. Red Cabins - 3. Aurora Borealis - 4. Reine - 5. Hamnoy - 6. Fishing Villages

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Norway Lofoten Islands in Winter
The Lofoten Islands of Norway in Winter

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Norway's Lofoten Islands As Fine Art

Fine Art Photography should capture your imagination and the images I have from winter in the Lofoten Islands in Norway do just that. The scenes with the red cabins in Reine and Hamnoy are stunning and draw you in. The mountains rise from the water’s edge. Every time I look at them I want to go back and stand there again. That is the effect fine art photography should have.

Visiting and Photographing The Lofoten Islands

Wintertime is when the Lofoten Islands are at their best. The snow-covered mountains surrounding the fjords are spectacular, especially at sunrise and sunset. At night, there is the possibility of photographing the Aurora. I cannot think of anywhere I would rather photograph in the Winter.

The Lofoten Islands off the coast of northern Norway are a spectacular place for Landscape and Nature Photography. The islands are covered with sharp, stunning mountains everywhere that are right on the water’s edge. For other winter images, see our gallery of Fine Art Winter Scenes.

A couple hours south of the town of Leknes are the fishing villages of Reine and Hamnoy. These villages are famous for the photographs of scenes of little red fishing cabins overhanging the water with the mountains in the background. In addition to the mountains in Norway, see our gallery of Fine Art Mountain Photography.