Photo: Autumn storms over mountains of Vesterålen while traveling on Hurtigruten ferry through Hadselfjorden, Norway. Sept 2009
I think Hadselfjorden is not really a fjord but a straight, separating some of the Vesterålen islands and a bit of Lofoten as well. But in Norwegian, if its made of salt water, and you can see land from it, they call it a fjord. Forget about firths, bays, straights, bights, coves, channels, etc. Fjord it is in Norway. (Yes, I know this is not totally true. I’m attempting to be slightly humorous. No need to correct me.)
I usually have pretty good luck with dramatic light and stormy weather while traveling along the Norwegian coast, making it one of my favorite ways to get up and down the country. Maybe its just always stormy. These images are from one autumn afternoon while traveling on the Hurtigruten from Sortland to Stamsund.