The Okshornan Peaks have become known as The Devils Jaw, to the dismay of the locals, apparently. The dramatic glacial peaks are very typical of the Norwegian coastal landscape and simply magnificent to witness. The rugged coast is often encased in ice and is punished by the winter storms. The island of Senja is a photographers paradise and it was exciting to see the northern lights brighten enough for it to reflect in the rock-pool.
Location: Tungeneset, Senja, Norway