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Mitt lille land – My little country

If one man can show so much hate imagine how much love we can show together.” – Stine Renate Håheim. (One of the AUF-members at Utøya who survived the massacre) about what happened in Norway on Friday July 22nd 2011.

It’s people like her who makes my country one of the good ones in the world to live in. Not meeting the mad hate of the murderer with more hate but stressing how important it is that we don’t let the hate win. This is something I wish all the world will remember and live by.


Hurra for 17.mai – and WordPress weekly photo challenge “Red”

Red (mostly) flag and a red boat in Bergen harbour on 17.mai.

May 17th is the Norwegian Constitution Day, celebrated with childrens parades and lots of flags.

Green glimpses of Norway

The last few weeks we’ve been touring southern Norway with our American guests. It strikes me that there are three things dominating most of the lovely natural views we’ve seen; water and the colours grey and green.

Here are some glimpses of what we’ve seen on this lovely trip:

The Seven Sister waterfall in the Geiranger Fjord

Trondheim seen from Kristiansten Fortress

In the mountains between Alvdal and Folldal

Pond at Maihaugen, Lillehammer

Lysgårdsbakkene at Lillhammer

Wedding at the Hamar Cathedral Ruins

The Norwegian Lion at Eidsvoll

The Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo

Fredriksten Fortress in Halden

Garden gnome in Tønsberg

Slottsfjellet in Tønsberg

Along the Tovdal river

Waterfall between Tonstad and Eigersund

Bug with green details

Waterfall in Lysefjorden

View down to Lysebotn from the Eagles Nest

Sheep at Utstein Abbey

Sheep near Utstein Abbey

Statue of Liberty at Vignes mining museum, Karmøy

View from Rosendal towards Snilstveit Island


Kårhus in Mostraum

Piano recital at Troldsalen

Cows at Herdla

Field trip at Herdla

Ole Bull's summer home at Lysøen

Now I know where to forward my mail when I die

Russell’s teapot is funny, go and check out more comics.

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