Norwegian winter

Januar har vært en kald periode i år. Og i kalde perioder faller det vanligvis mindre snø, men noe har kommet.

January has been a cold month this year. And in colder periods there is a tendency to less snow than usual, but we’ve got a little something anyway.

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Picture 9925Nærmere påske er dette et populært punkt for småbarnsforeldre idet steinene samler varme fra solen og temperaturen ofte øker et par grader akkurat her.

Closer to Easter this is a popular spot to parents with children learning to ski. The large stones are warming to the rays of the sun and the temperature often goes up a couple of degrees just here in this area.

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Picture 9962Gjennom dette området går en gammel tømmervei

Through this area there are an old timber road used for skiing

Picture 9968Velkommen til de norske skoger!

Welcome into the Noregian woods!

Picture 9912       (Compliments of SRB )

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6 Responses to Norwegian winter

  1. jalal michael sabbagh. says:

    It is not as cold as Chicago winter,where it gets 30- below..I lived in Vienna,,Amsterdam .Fantastic pictures..jalal

    • We regard such pictures as more ordinary seeing them every day for months on end. It’s easy to forget that they probably gives an alltogether different impact in other parts of the world? (Thank you!)

  2. allesistgut says:

    It looks so peaceful and wonderful. One day I’ll go and ski there in the Norwegian Woods.

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