Lofoten’s winter heart
Lofoten, a mighty barrier of peaks that shoulder the brunt of the Arctic weather while dominating the rich and impossibly deep Vestfjorden to their south. For centuries the interconnected islands of Lofoten have hosted the annual skrei fisheries, which to this day account for a significant percentage of Norway’s economy. Melissa Davies gives us a glimpse of life on these islands.
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