It's hard to deny that Scandinavian autumn is coming. The days gradually become shorter and shorter, the sun rises later every day, the season of endless rain begins, causing that even during the day it is relatively dark outside.
However, the nature compensates for this great inconvenience with these colors from yellow to deep red and brown , which contrasts beautifully with the gray rocks, and sometimes stony and sometimes blue sky.
|Hardangervidda in October|
Hardangervidda is a huge mountain plateau (the largest in Europe), situated between Bergen and Oslo. Due to the height above sea level (from 800m to 1700m) it has a cold climate all year round. It is also a site for one of Norway's largest glaciers, Hardangerjøkolen and largest Norwegian national park. Despite the harsh climate, Hardangervidda is characterized by extensive alpine and arctic flora and fauna, among others herds of reindeer, local birds and rodents, like lemming. Another time I will write more about this wild and beautiful place, it's worth it!