5-year bike trip, day 24: I don’t usually take selfies, but I figured I had to be in this one for scale. (at Segla in Senja, Norway)

bike trip, day I don’t usually take selfies, but I figured I had to be in this one for scale. (at Segla in Senja, Norway)

5-year bike trip, day 51: While waiting for the last ferry of the evening at Sandnessjøen, Norway.

bike trip, day While waiting for the last ferry of the evening at Sandnessjøen, Norway.

5-year bike trip, day 30: Contrast - a soft midnight sun touching the rocky cliffs rising from the Norwegian sea. 30-second exposure in Stave, Norway.

bike trip, day Contrast - a soft midnight sun touching the rocky cliffs rising from the Norwegian sea. exposure in Stave, Norway.

5-year bike trip, day 76: I didn’t think I’d be seeing auroras this far south, and in such an incredible setting. (Trollstigen, Norway)

5-year bike trip, day 76: I didn’t think I’d be seeing auroras this far south, and in such an incredible setting. (Trollstigen, Norway)

5-year bike trip, day 75: Climbing up the Trollstigen road and mountain, I was reminded of what my landscape photography teacher once said: “Don’t forget to look behind you.”

bike trip, day Climbing up the Trollstigen road and mountain, I was reminded of what my landscape photography teacher once said: “Don’t forget to look behind you.

5-year bike trip, day 73: Sometimes after rainfall in the mountains, the water immediately rises back up as fog and clouds. (Eidsbygda, Norway)

bike trip, day Sometimes after rainfall in the mountains, the water immediately rises back up as fog and clouds.

5-year bike trip, day 64: Woke up, took a photo, went back to sleep.

bike trip, day Woke up, took a photo, went back to sleep.

5-year bike trip, day 72: Even meteors prefer to land in Norway.

Spent a beautiful evening by a fjord in Norway. The time-lapse failed due to lens fog but at least this meteor flash made it to one of the frames

5-year bike trip, day 60: Shot this while at the guesthouse behind me a musician with a guitar was singing an acoustic version of "If Tomorrow Never Comes". If that were the case, I could still die fairly happy, because I’m doing what I love. (Salsnes, Norway)

bike trip, day Shot this while at the guesthouse behind me a musician with a guitar was singing an acoustic version of "If Tomorrow Never Comes". If that were the case, I could still die fairly happy, because I’m doing what I love.

5-year bike trip, day 59: A great benefit of #outdoorlife: you never miss a sunset!

bike trip, day A great benefit of you never miss a sunset!


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