Nesna, Nordland, Norway 4/3-2017
Since my last blogpost, we have been sailing further south and have just been reaching south of the Arctic Circle.
The days are now much longer, and the sun stronger, giving me so much more time to explore each place we visit!
.Below are pictures from our last weeks onboard, which have been very generous in variation of both weather and light. Everything from calm seas, clear skies and never ending sunsets...
.... to the totally opposite! What would life be without variation?! :-)
.Grey is very beautiful, but can be a bit cold, especially out at sea!
.Underneath the surface, however, in the 4°C cold fjords, there are plenty colourful marine life to observe, especially when having a closer look. There are many wrecks along the Norwegian coast, offering good shelter and living space for many different aquatic species.
.To live on a sailboat and take the time to visit new locations is both interesting and fun. You get to experience many places you normally never would get the idea of visiting otherwise.
Each place charms with its many faces due to the ever changing scenery in form of clouds, light, wind, tide level, precipitation, temperature, time of the day etc. etc.
.Even though I love grey with its many variations, it does feel wonderful each time the sun shows up with her warming smile, especially after many cold days onboard without her company :-)
.So the voyage continues to new places to explore and adore along the beautiful Norwegian coast that has so much fun and beauty to offer, above- and underneath the surface! :-)