Cycling across Norway part 2

Part two of cycling across Norway:
It was a wonderful three-week long trip with rain, sun and powerful storms. With around 30 kg of baggage it was at times heavy to get up the steep mountain roads in Norway, but with the beautiful surroundings it was easy to get motivation to continue.
On September 10th I reached Lindesnes Fyr, the most southern point in Norway. At that point I had cycled 2940 kilometers from Nordkapp, the most northern point in Norway.

You can see part one from the trip here.

Everything is shot with my iPhone.

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Cycling across Norway

I’m currently cycling across Norway. A journey I expect will take about four weeks. About 3000 km in total. I’m almost halv-way now, and here are some iPhone-pictures from along the way:

I will be posting some pictures on my Instagram-account: @_kyrre

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Explore your iPhone-photos

So, we all have heard the cliché “the best camera is the one you have with you”. In many cases that’s actually correct. One fancy thing with the photos you take with your iPhone-camera is that it automatically adds geo-location to every photo. This means you can see exactly where the photo where taken. This is what the app iPhone photos infographic uses to make this fascinating presentation of all your pictures on your phone. (Thanks Eirik for the tip!)

It’s especially exiting because it also makes a graph that show’s when during a day you take most pictures. And of course many other cool features. This is how mine looks like: