The Finnair Skywheel sits right on the Port of Helsinki and offers bird's eye views of the city.
Geometrical views from the Finnair Skywheel.
Extracurricular activities at the University of Helsinki Library.
Rush hour in front of the granite walled Helsinki Central Station.
Windy view of Stockholm from the Katarina Elevator in the hipster Sodermalm district.
Looking out over Stockholm with the Old Town boardwalk (Gamla Stan) in the distance.
Afternoon street scene in Stockholm.
Where travelers rest their weary, jetlagged heads.
A quick flight from Oslo, Norway to Alta, Norway, 236 miles above the Arctic Circle.
Driving through Finnmark was quiet, unsettling, and supremely breathtaking. Humans are tiny fixtures in a cold and mighty landscape.
Sliding down black slate towards an Arctic fjord.
No distinction between sky and icy sea at Porsangerfjorden above the Arctic Circle.
Nordkapp is the northernmost point to which you can drive a car in Europe. Most visitors come to witness the midnight sun in summer, but it's equally magical in March when you can drive for miles in the snow and never see another car.
White road to the end of the world.
Thin sheets of dark Nordic slate with a surprising range of color.
Self portrait in the country where my eyes and last name originate from.
Fresh snow on Nordic grass.
An abandoned schoolhouse close to the northernmost point in Europe. Snow was blowing eerily through the broken windows. We crept in through a hole in the wall.
This abandoned Norwegian schoolhouse has been used in several film sets.
Playing with eerie light and reflection in an abandoned schoolhouse.
Urban exploration in an abandoned schoolhouse at the end of the world.
A little uneasy. Wind howling. Glass snapping under my boots.
In Norway, the locals paint with bright yellows, reds and blues to break up the overwhelming neutral landscapes.
The walls in this abandoned schoolhouse clearly have stories.
Melt into Arctic white.
One of more than 200 sculptures exploring the human condition at Vigeland Park, the world's largest sculpture park by a single artist.
Gustav Vigeland had a gift for carving movement, emotion and dance out of bronze, granite and iron. All the sculptures in Vigeland Park seem like they might come alive at night when Oslo sleeps.