I never tire of taking ferries. A break in the driving, and a chance to get some fresh sea air.
Somewhere along the bus ride to southern Norway.
Lindesnes lighthouse is at Norway’s southernmost point, all of 2518 km from Norway’s northermost point, Nordkapp.
The landscape is so beautiful here at the southernmost point of Norway.
Lindesnes lighthouse is Norway’s oldest lighthouse, dating back to 1656.
In the year of light 2015 (according to the UN), there is an awesome exhibit in the dark at Lindesnes.
A little farther west along the coast brings us to Lista and Lista Lighthouse.
Flekkefjord is one of Norway’s cute all-white southern towns.
Flekkefjord has no tides. We were just inches above the water.
Another view of Flekkefjord.
We stayed at Utsikten Hotell in Kvinesdal. Somewhere in the distance is the North Sea.
Everywhere we were, I saw foxgloves. They take me back to my childhood in Norway.
The route home took us over the mountains of Haukeli. A late, cold summer meant there was still a lot of snow left.
Back into the green of lower elevations.