Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Arctic Circle Cruise October 2019 - Alta part 1

Our next port of call was Alta where we were at anchor overnight giving us two full days there and the hope of seeing the famous Northern Lights.
Part 1 is our approach and views from the ship. I mostly used my camera for photos, but the last three were taken with my phone. It gives good colour, but will often insist on over sharpening the photos.
Click on the photos for a clearer picture.










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13 comments:

Sandee said...

Oh my, it's beautiful there. We need to go see this beauty.

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stevebethere said...

What a beautiful place and photos very scenic and peaceful :-)

Have a scenictastic weke :-)

My GBGV Life said...

It looks cold. Water with snow always looks so chilly.

Cathy Kennedy said...

More amazing photos of an amazing place! I get so cold looking at these pictures. :)

Brian said...

Such a wonderful and beautiful place!

da tabbies o trout towne said...

nothing as far as the eye can see....these are some great shots....is that a small piece
of the mountain range there in the middle; looks like maybe some green along the top; if there are seal in those waters, they probably use it as a resting spot !! ♥♥

pilch92 said...

Those are all beautiful shots. XO

Alana said...

What beautiful wilderness country - and the low sun makes for a gentle light.

Unknown said...

Gorgeous! Deborah

XmasDolly said...

Lovely photos! Thank you so much for sharing. I don't get to travel much, but these do certainly help.

Pam and Teddy said...

Beautiful..........I especially love the last two photos - the subtle colors are amazing!

Hugs, Pam

My Mind's Eye said...

Wow Jackie I had no idea you went on an Arctic Circle Cruise. I need to catch up
Hugs Cecilia

Erin the Cat Princess said...

That scenery is so dramatic, such drama too, what with those clouds. I do hope you got a nice night to see the Northern Lights?
Purrs
ERin