Protected

Lighthouse Slettnes Finnmark Norway

f/18, 1/100 sec, ISO 100

Originally built in 1905, and rebuilt in 1948 Slettness Lighthouse is now fully automated and is protected by the Directorate for Cultural Heritage. It is located along the coast of Finnmark in northern Norway. 

It can be visited every summer and the surrounding area is popular among birdwatchers as over 150 bird species have been observed in the nature reserve surrounding the lighthouse. The surrounding are is lush during summer and you are likely to meet herds of reindeer during you visit. 

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24 thoughts on “Protected

  1. Wow! 150 species of birds, plus reindeer, and the glory of the sea too. What a marvelous place, Inger; sounds like a place I would love to visit. And your photos are incredible. I really like the first one a lot.

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