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December 17th, 2016

Let a Photographer in a Range Rover wander around Norway, and you get obscenely beautiful images.

Land Rover recently collaborated with photography cooperative Magnum Photos’ photographer and Norwegian local Jonas Bendiksen on a journey across the nordic land to capture the dramatic landscapes. Jonas, who is no stranger to capturing nature and its vistas set off in the Range Rover TDV6 Autobiography along with his crew and equipment starting from the modern-urban environment of Oslo to travel northwest through the Dovre mountains, through the beautiful switchback roads of Trollstigen.

The photographer and his team travel through the natural beauty of Norway to explore its incredible 83,000km coastline and 50,000 islands, along with the modern architecture that resulted in a breathtaking contrast between the urban and remotely desolate environments as Jonas and his team travel through the early October snow to distant locations. The proof of beauty in the divine country can only be narrated best with the photos below.

Photographer in a Range Rover

NORWAY. 2016. Trollstigen.
The famous Trollstigen road, a series of switchbacks winding its way through a steep cliffside near Åndalsnes.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover- Automotive Photography

NORWAY. 2016. Giske island.
Driving on the beach.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover- Automotive Photography

NORWAY. 2016.
Mountain driving on the plateau above Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Automotive Photography in Norway

NORWAY. 2016.
Mountain driving on the plateau above Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Automotive Photography Norway

NORWAY. 2016.
The Wild Reindeer Centre Pavillion in the Dovre mountains, designed by Snøhetta.

Photographer in a Range Rover 3

NORWAY. 2016.
Oppskredvatnet lake near Geiranger.

Photographer in a Range Rover 7

NORWAY. 2016. Romsdalen.
The road through Romsdalen on the way to Trollstigen and Åndalsnes.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 8

NORWAY. 2016. Geiranger fjord.
Looking towards the “seven sisters” waterfall, with Skageflå, and abandoned farm, in the foreground.

Automotive Photography - Photographer in a Range Rover

NORWAY. 2016.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 10

NORWAY. 2016. Oslo.
People on the roof of the Oslo opera, designed by Snøhetta architects.

Photographer in a Range Rover 11

NORWAY. 2016. Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover

Norway Photography

NORWAY. 2016.
Oppskredvatnet lake near Geiranger.

Photographer in a Range Rover 13

NORWAY. 2016.
Mountain driving on the plateau above Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover 14

NORWAY. 2016. Oslo.
The Barcode neighborhood of Oslo.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover 15

NORWAY. 2016. Geiranger.
View out the Geiranger fjord.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover 16

NORWAY. 2016.
Mountain driving on the plateau above Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover 17

NORWAY. 2016.
The plateau between Valldal and Trollstigen.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 18

NORWAY. 2016.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rove

Photographer in a Range Rover 19

NORWAY. 2016.
Mountain driving on the plateau above Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Norway Photography

NORWAY. 2016.
The Wild Reindeer Centre Pavillion in the Dovre mountains, designed by Snøhetta.

Automotive Photography- Photographer in a Range Rover

NORWAY. 2016.
Rural driving near Hjørundfjorden.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Norway Photography

NORWAY. 2016. Ålesund at dusk.

Photographer in a Range Rover 23

NORWAY. 2016. Geiranger.
Gravel road above Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 24

NORWAY. 2016.
The plateau between Valldal and Trollstigen.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 25

NORWAY. 2016. Øye.
The famous Hotell Union Øye, a historical hotel built in 1891 lying byb the Hjørundfjorden fjord.

Photographer in a Range Rover 26

NORWAY. 2016. Trollstigen.
The famous Trollstigen road, a series of switchbacks winding its way through a steep cliffside near Åndalsnes.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover 27

NORWAY. 2016.
The Wild Reindeer Centre Pavillion in the Dovre mountains, designed by Snøhetta.

Photographer in a Range Rover 28

NORWAY. 2016. Romsdalen.
The road through Romsdalen on the way to Trollstigen and Åndalsnes.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 29

NORWAY. 2016. Pedestrian walkway through the woods by the Gudbrandsjuvet gorge.

Photographer in a Range Rover 30

NORWAY. 2016. Trollstigen.
The famous Trollstigen road, a series of switchbacks winding its way through a steep cliffside near Åndalsnes.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover 31

NORWAY. 2016.
The plateau between Valldal and Trollstigen.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 32

NORWAY. 2016. Valldal.
Juvet Landscape Hotel in Valldal. The hotel consists of series of freestanding wood and glass structures, each set with a close view of the woods and river gorge. The hotel is designed by Jensen & Skodvin architects.

Photographer in a Range Rover 33

NORWAY. 2016. Oslo.
Tjuvholmen area.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover.

Photographer in a Range Rover 34

NORWAY. 2016.
The plateau between Valldal and Trollstigen.
Photographed on assignment from Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 35

NORWAY. 2016. Geiranger.
Photographed on assignment for Land Rover

Photographer in a Range Rover 37

NORWAY. 2016. Geiranger fjord, looking towards the “seven sisters” waterfall.

Image credit Jonas Bendiksen for Magnum Photos via Land Rover

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