Update: The meteorologists downgrade the danger warning for strong winds in the outer parts of Nordfjord and Møre og Romsdal to orange. The background is therefore that “Ingunn” hits further north than expected.
It was just enjoying the view and minding it’s own business. Sorely missed by the regulars at Fjellstua.
If found, please return to rightful owner: Aksla Vel | Ålesund so it can rejoin it’s friends on Aksla:
More than 50,000 photographs were entered into the competition last year, of which 25 were shortlisted by a panel of judges and the Natural History Museum, it said. “Ice Bed” was chosen as the winner by 75,000 members of the public — a record number, the museum said.
(Photo by Nima Sarikhani / Wildlife Photographer of the Year)
This dreamy image of a polar bear drifting to sleep on a bed carved into an iceberg is the winner of the 2023 Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award.
British amateur photographer Nima Sarikhani, who captured the stunning moment after three days on an expedition vessel off Norway’s Svalbard archipelago, said: “This photograph has stirred strong emotions in many of those who have seen it. Whilst climate change is the biggest challenge we face, I hope that this photograph also inspires hope; there is still time to fix the mess we have caused.”
#5 was this picture of the Northern Lights and jellyfish:
(Photo by Audun Rikardsen / Wildlife Photographer of the Year)
Audun Rikardsen played with exposure and flash to photograph a majestic aurora borealis — also known as the northern lights — illuminating a pair of moon jellyfish in the waters of a fjord outside Tromsø, northern Norway.