Bravo, Morten Rustad, bravo.

Watch the above on full screen, full brightness, and full sound. Anything less is doing the man a disservice. Especially as this took five months of filming across every county in Norway spanning over 10,000 miles and 10’s of thousands of individual images taken for the time-lapse.

From the far south of Norway to the Russian border in the northeast; Morten’s aim of his five minute short film is to showcase the remarkable beauty that Norway has to offer, and he’s certainly done that. Everything from the deep fjords in the southwest to the moon landscape in the north, the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and the settlements and cities around the country, both in summer and wintertime.

The video shows some of the most scenic places in Norway, like:

Be sure to browseΒ VisitNorway.comΒ endlessly for inspiration if you’re planning a visit. Share with your travelling partner using the links below of comment if you’ve been before and know of a secret spot.

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