Adventure photographer Tomasz Furmanek documents the stunning natural beauty of Norway, all from the seat of his kayak. From the phenomenal Lofoten Islands to the serene Sotra, for the past three years Furmanek has been capturing images of the remarkable fjords and waterways running throughout Norway. The first-person photos were shot using a helmet-mounted GoPro and a small Sony compact camera on the front of his kayak.
“I will probably travel with my kayak for many years. There are a lot of lakes and fjords that I’ve not visited yet. I also plan to go kayaking in other countries as well as Norway.” - Thomasz Furmanek
These photos just prove that Norway is also stunning from a kayaker perspective, or any perspective really.. it’s just one country that should be on you bucket list..
Kayaking in Nærøyfjord , Norway
Kayaking in Trollfjorden during midnight-sun, Lofoten Islands
Kayaking on Styggevatnet Jostedalen Norway
Late evening in Nærøyfjord
Kayaking in Hjørundfjord
Night kayaking during midnightsun in Reinefjorden, Lofoten Islands
Late evening near Milde, Bergen
Nærøyfjord early morning
North of Vega at night, Helgelandskysten, northern Norway
Shallow water near Sotra, Norway
Photographer Tomasz Furmanek exploring Værøy, Lofoten Islands
Midnightsun near Reine, Lofoten Islands
Kjerkfjorden Lofoten in Norway