About 100 miles north of the artic circle and about 1500 miles from the north pole, the lofoten archipelago with its distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains, open sea, sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands. Toward the very bottom of the archipeligo is Hamnøy, a small fishing village on the eastern side of the island of moskenesøya. Among the attractions that draw more than a million visitors to the area every year are the northern lights, which are visible clearly from nearly the entire archipeligo. In this image, the region's many notable elements are shown with the mountains, frigid water, simple buildings and the colorful sky. The image will center around the buildings, in particular the red buildings. The mountains will be a little more difficult but there are subtle differences in texture and color depending on the location. The water will be a bit more straightforward as you can see, the reflection of the sky gives it more contrast.