Senja  The second largest of Norway’s islands, and lies 300km north of the Arctic Circle. A stunning mix of mountains, coastal fjords, beaches, and fishing villages, Senja is a winter photography paradise. Off the beaten track and less well known than its southern neighbor of Lofoten, you will find endless variations in the landscape. From a rocky, dramatic coastland through naked birch forests to jagged mountain peaks. The  Atlantic-facing coast of Senja is a sometimes violent area, raging storms wether and shape some of the earth’s oldest rocks in an endless battle. The result is a wild, untouched rugged, and weather-beaten landscape which with only 7 days would not be tamed