Different rhythm of life
Feel and sense the rhythm of light
Take a moment to watch how a new day dawns. See how the snow and trees reflect the gradually intensifying light. The light embraces the whole landscape. For a moment, morning is the colour of a rose.
Twilight takes us almost by surprise. The outlines of the scenery get blurry, the light slowly fades. As darkness falls, for a brief moment we can see nature and sky in blue hue as it prepares us for the night.
Beautiful darkness of the polar night
Seeking for calm? You will find it in the middle of the most beautiful darkness. A different rhythm of life, guided by light. In winter light is scarce but all the more beautiful. Shades of pastel paint a dreamlike scenery.
Dazzling light of spring
Spring comes with light and the darkness of winter subsides. Suddenly it is light and bright and dazzling! The locals put on their ski boots and snow shoes, they dig out their snowmobiles and fishing gear – spring is here!
Liberating light of spring
Finally, light prevails and pushes nature towards summer. This is a true spectacle of light – and ice. Every year the people of the riverside witness the breaking of ice. When does the ice break? Is the river already flooding? When will the first salmon arrive?
Our life in summer is intense! Nature awakes and its fast pace is contagious. The growth season is short so there is no time to waste. The river is flowing freely and the salmon are swimming to spawn in their birth places. People take their boats to water. There is light all night long until August.
Highlight of the late summer
As August comes, the evenings get shorter slowing us down as well. When the salmon fishing season is over, it’s good to take a moment to thank the river for the wonderful summer and nature’s bounty. Oh, how magical our summer has been!
Fading light paints the landscape
With the first frosty nights we say ‘farewell’ to summer. The landscape is vibrant with the autumn colours until the winter undresses the trees and plants of their foliage. Autumn is the most wondrous time to climb high and admire the scenery. Why not stay overnight outdoors and immerse in nature?
First northern lights and life just before snow
Before snow covers the ground the landscape is often wrapped up in a curtain of mist. There´s a magical feel to it. Hunting for the northern lights is done best in the late autumn before rivers and lakes get frozen, in the darkest of times. Reflections on the black waters double the experience.
Snow brings light and slows us down
Frost is fantastic. Winter comes and covers nature with a soft white blanket of snow. The sounds of nature become subdued and the rhythm of life slows down.