All the way to the north, North Cape, the northernmost tip of Europe, is probably the northernmost point I can reach in my life.
Summer, here is the famous midnight sun, where the sun shines all night. In winter, there is no daytime, but the green or red aurora can definitely compensate you for the desire for light.
The longest place in the northern part of the trip is the Honningsvag, a small town located at 71° north latitude, the last stop of the North End of the World (Nordkapp). That is to say, this is the northernmost town on the European continent. The cruise ship was moored with heavy snow, and the colorful houses welcomed us quietly in the heavy snow.
The snow-capped Arctic town has a wonderful sense of fairy tales. Standing in front of the shops near the pier, Norway's iconic little monsters are strange and funny in the snow. After
, it didn't take long for the snow to get bigger and bigger, and the entire Arctic town became psychedelic, but this is a good time to shoot portraits in the snow.
There is only one main road in the town, the small and small shops open the door, and they can only use the Norwegian currency and cannot use the Euro, which makes us have no way to shop. There are very few pedestrians on the road. Everyone is walking cautiously in the snow. Everything is very pure after being covered with heavy snow, and it has a lot of fun.
In the snowy snow, I can always find a variety of different colors. I always think that the colors of the Nordic towns are always richer than other regions. Maybe they want to see more colors in the white snow. Better mood. The cruise ship stopped at Honningsvag for two and a half hours, enough for me to walk the coastline and small streets here, and the snow flew to add more fun.