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Summer Travels – Vestkapp
We decided to check out the Vestkapp (West Cape) on the tip of the Stadlandet peninsula, when we stayed in the Vanylven area on the west coast of Norway back in July. The West Cape is known to have spectacular views, being 496 meters above sea level, and on a clear day one can see to the Sunnmørsalpane, Hornelen, Ålfotbreen as well as over the sea. The cape is also known for its unpredictable and severe weather and when we arrived we saw nothing. Really! Nothing! We were surrounded by thick, white fog. We knew from our sat-nav that we had arrived but waited in the car for more than 30 mins before the strong winds started blowing the fog away. We got out and explored. Brrr! It was cold! But the views, such as they were with clouds still present, were very nice!
I am an amateur photography enthusiast living in Oslo, Norway.
My favourite subjects tend to be landscapes and nature - but I enjoy capturing urban scenes, architecture, abstract shapes and street art as well. View all posts by kewtiebird