About 640 m raises the steep wall of the Segla, partly overhanging above the Mefjorden and is therefore also called Preikestolen of the north. I had the chance to capture this impressive peak on the island of Senja during a fantastic sunset.
My trip to Norway in 2013 led me from the Lysefjord in the south to the Sunnmøre Alps near Ålesund and finally to the islands of Lofoten and Senja in the north. During the nearly 5 weeks trip I got many good opportunities to photograph the incredible scenery in stunning light. During some hikes in lesser known area, I tried to find a few new scenes. I hope you enjoy the results!
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