I stumbled over this location some years ago, and I couldn't get it out of my head ever since. Last nigh the weather looked promising, and I decided to take the trip. The map told me that there was a good chance for sunlight at the peaks, but I wasn't sure because of the high mountains nearby. Fortunately everything was as I hoped for, and I could take the shots I have had in mind for so long.
This is a hidden waterfall in Flakstad municipality, Lofoten islands. It's location is not far from the main road, between Vareid and Kilan, but I don't think I have seen this particular fall in a photo before. Here it is, with peaks colored by the midnight sun on May 25th. actually the first night with no sundown this year.
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