This article is part of the series “2021-08: Northern Norway”.
There are places that are so fascinating, that you want to return there for a longer time. For me the road to Hamningberg is one of these places.
Originally Annika and I didn’t have the plan to visit Hamningberg. It’s a detour of 2×40 km just to see a former fishing village whose houses are now used as summer cottages. On the other side the road 8100 that leads there is closed in wintertime and we never had the chance before to drive there.
So right before Vardø we spontaneously decided to turn left into the road Fylkesvei 8100. We could turn if it was boring. Well, it wasn’t. We were both extremely fascinated by the roughness of the landscape and the many light moods because of the constantly changing weather
The photos are just some snapshots I made on our tour. Maybe I have time to return there some other time with more time for making photos.