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Northern Norway Through My Own Eyes. Photos by Tommy Rønning

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Wherever I go, whatever I see, I compare it to my home.

When the weather clears, when nature unfolds – Its blinding. Home to lights like you never seen. Warmth of the midnight sun, breathtaking Auroras, and moonlit mountains and fjords. The polar day lasts 12 months: The sun is up all night in the summer, and complete darkness in the winter.

Imagine the sun setting outside the island of Senja, the aurora borealis just starting to flicker, and a light drizzle of shooting stars.

Makes you feel like you just found serenity.

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Tommy Normark Rønning (Photo Journalist)
Seeker of the peace, Part-time Chandilear cleaner, A legend in his own time, Opresser of champions, Soldier of Fortune, World Traveller, Bon vi Tont, All round good guy, International lover, Casual Hero, Philosopher, Wars fought, Bears wrestled, Equations solved, Virgins enlightened, Revolutions quelled, Tigers Castrated, Orgies organised, Bars quaffed dry, Governments run, Test rockets flown, Life president of the liquitarian society of Norway