My recent trip to Norway in winter was pretty much the ultimate #roadtrip. Not only did we cover about 700kms of some of the most spectacular scenery on earth, but we did it at a time of year when there were two hours of twilight, followed by two hours of sunrise/sunset, followed by two hours of twilight again. Talk about a photographer's dream! This town, Reine, was near the end of the first half of our roadtrip. Only about 10km from the end of the Lofoten Islands, it's well known as being one of the most beautiful villages in the world, with gorgeous red fishermen's cabins (rorbuer) like these appearing all along the edges of the fjord.