Sunndalsøra is a town of some 4 000 people a few hours drive south from Trondheim. Known for its aluminium factory, one of the largest in Europe, the place doesn't offer much to ignorant tourists like us, or at least that's what we extrapolated from our 5-minute drive-through. But Sunndalsøra has an ace in her sleeve. Surrounded by stunning nature, it is a gate to some of the most magical less-known landscapes Norway offers, like Innerdalen valley and Åmotan gorge.
And as it usually goes with these places, amidst all the nothingness, the unexpected spark of beauty, just waiting for the perfect reflection. Of course, catching that reflection with a clear sky in Norway is more a function of luck than planning, so after spending the whole night in our Yaris Hybrid lodging, unsuccessfully waiting for the fog to clear out, this moody shot just had to do it.
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