|View from the mtn. peak of the rainbow in front of the Ingoy Long Wave Radio Transmitter, the tallest structure in Scandinavia.
|A complex sequence of marine environments combined to produce the landscape at Sanden. Notice the undulating boulder ridges in the center of the image at low tide.
|A view of our base camp, Thorleif's Sjøhus
|The sky is clear of storms for the moment...
|A lower elevation looking at the paleo-beach ridges of Sanden
|A look in the other direction out to the modern beach
|As with many peaks in Scandinavia, there is a cairn with a guest book to sign at the top.
|So I signed it...
|Storms coming through Trollsund
|An elevated view of the group cruising the shoreline
|Sam and Julia heading up the mtn. and into the storm
|Julia taking in the sights
|Sam, just before he tried to throw his phone over the cliff
|Watching the storm clouds and isolated rain squalls pass over the Barents Sea
|The northernmost manned (when built it was manned) lighthouse in the world