A beautiful and uplifting collection of photographs celebrating the beauty of Norway. In 2000, photographer David Lacina set his foot on Norwegian soil for the first time. Feeling somewhat lonely in this new country, he bought his first manual SLR camera. David soon realized that the camera gave his trips new meaning. His main focus was always to share with others the beautiful scenery he saw and the feelings he had at the time. The book is a selection of his best photographs taken over the past 13 years. He'll take you all over Norway: from the South with its characteristic farmscapes, through central Norway where you find the country's highest mountains and to the North, beyond the polar circle, where you find the Lofoten archipelago with its incredible jagged mountains unlike any other part of Norway. He will also take you to the famous Norwegian fjords and to islands accessible only by private boat. Many of the photographed places are remote and far from tourist crowds, and David returned there several times to catch different mood of the spots. Even though David was supposed to spend only one year in Norway, he fell in love with the nature and the country, and ended up staying for over 13 years.