New York City-based photographer Mark Weinberg went on an exhaustive photographic journey throughout Norway, hoping to reveal the incredible beauty of the region. The series depicts a range of sites that Weinberg visited during his three-week excursion, from the peaks of Pulpit Rock to the delightful homes along the Gamle Stavanger.
If Norway wasn't high on your list of potential travel destinations before, it definitely will be after viewing Weinberg's impressive body of work. The Scandinavian architecture stands out against the seemingly endless landscapes, and ach photograph possesses a sense of whimsy and passion. Viewed together, the images weave a hopelessly romantic narrative.
Rich with history, the series will have you aching to stay in one of the charming bed-and-breakfasts, which were once the homes of fisherman on the Lofoten Islands.
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