Here are some impressions of our Northern Lights experience in Norway last month You cannot rob me of free nature’s grace, You cannot shut the windows of the sky Through which Aurora shows her brightening face. JAMES THOMSON, Castle of Indolence
Whenever you scroll through images of the Lofoten, Norway, you are sure to see the little village of Hamnøy with its tiny bright red houses on stilts called rorbu and a majestic mountain scenery in the background.
Everyday more and more birds flock to our feeding stations in the backyard. Lovely colourful fellows!
Late afternoon near the water
I know nothing with any certainty but the sight of the stars makes me dream. (VincentVan Gogh) Due to an high Kp index last night we were able to get a glimpse of the Northern Lights, even though very subtle. The pink colouration in the left part of the image is due to this …
The geysers of El Tatio lie high up in Northern Chile at 4,320 meters above sea level. Most if not all tour groups drive up there early morning to witness the sunrise in the steam. We chose to have a nice breakfast first and arrived there well after the crowds and had this amazing landscape …
In a couple of days we will be off again. No diving this time. Different continent as well. Getting close to flamingos, guanacos, vicūnias. Getting above 4000m. Staring at deep blue clear skies in the driest desert on earth. Gazing at snow covered volcanos. Did you guess?
The cold temperatures over the last days created great natural Art All images copyright © Mona Dienhart