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For the Aminus3 prompt Nightfall.
I took this on our amazing trip to Norway. We were on a cruise to Tromso in November last year in the hope of seeing the Northern Lights. We took a coach trip into the countryside to a dark sky area the night we docked and as we were traveling the coach driver stopped the bus and suggested we get out and look. We were treated to this incredible sight, and to add to it one of the nearby farms must have had dogs, because when the lights began to show more vivid the dogs began to howl like you would expect a pack of wolves. This really was one of the most amazing things I've ever witnessed and for my wife and I a bucket list event ticked off as well as something we will never forget.
Séchage de la morue.
Drying the cod fish.
Malgré 2 jours de neige en continue, le temps s'est finalement levé pour la soirée, place au show.
After 2 days long of snow, sky gets clear, here the show!
Ny-Ålesund is a research town in Svalbard, Norway - 78°55′N. This loco here is from 1909 and used to haul coal from one of the several coal mines near settlement.
This fantastic view is taken from my parents-in-law's backyard. It is a really amazing view when the weather is just right (don't get me started about how depressing it is when the weather is bad ;) and the midnight sun is out (ok it was not midnight when I took this picture, is was around 10 PM). This picture was taken in early July, and we still have the midnight sun at that time.
Once there was a marble quarry in Ny-London, Svalbard. There are the remains of a settlement and a quarry from the early 20th century, constituting the national heritage of Svalbard there.
The second biggest city in Norway, also known as the City of the Seven Mountains. There are many good vantage points to view it from above and we ventured out to Mt. Fløyen to capture some cityscapes. This is one that I took once the city light came to life a little later on in the evening.
Øye - On the way to Patchellhytta (1200 m) (Møre og Romsdal), Norway
In the fine rain, everything was disappearing. Nature was calling me back with its horn, it was rather reminding me that some of our people in whom we believed were going away. Their silhouettes were disappearing at the horizon. That is were I was meeting them again, those silhouettes. I couldn't think about the lost years that passed anymore. With the time, we don't love anymore.
On a windstill morning on Lofoten island... only the sounds of the seagulls and the salty air is missing in the picture... ;)
Le séchage naturel à l’air est la plus ancienne méthode de conservation. Les morues éviscérées sont suspendues sur des treillages en bois. Pendant environ quatre mois, le vent et le soleil vont les dessécher jusqu’à ce qu’elles ressemblent à des morceaux de bois, ce qui leur a d’ailleurs valu leur nom norvégien de stokkfisk (bâton-poisson). La période de pêche va de janvier à avril!
Traveling by train in Norway, summer 2015.
Øye - Along Norangsfjorden (Møre og Romsdal), Norway
J'avais longé le fjord jusqu'à l'entrée des terres du milieu. La porte était grande ouverte, je disais adieu au monde des eaux.
I had went along the fjord until reaching the door of the highlands. The door was wide open, I was greeting the water world before leaving.
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