Hamarøy – views

Her følger et par tilfeldige bilder fra Hamarøy, en vakker kommune som også var poeten og forfatteren Knut Hamsuns rike. Han har faktisk fått sitt eget museum her ute i havgapet. Knut Hamsun ble født i 1859 og fikk sitt gjennombrudd som forfatter med ‘Sult’ i 1890. Nobelprisen i litteratur ble hans i 1920

Here a couple of random shots from Hamarøy, a beautiful community which was also the favourite home ground of the renowned poet and author Knut Hamsun. He’s even got his own museum overlooking the sea here in Hamarøy.  Knut Hamsun was born in 1859, made his intfgernational ‘break-through’ in 1890 with his roman ‘Sult’. In 1920 he received the Nobel prize in litterature.

Picture 505bPicture 528bVi anbefaler at du også tar en kikk på denne reportasjen.
We recommend that you also have a look at this report.
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7 Responses to Hamarøy – views

  1. Argus says:

    I’ll bet that air tastes good … there’s great feeling in those shots, as if the landscape itself oozes optimism. I love that in art!

    • SeeNorway says:

      That is one of the best comodities we have in Norway: Clean fresh air! And lots of it! And it’s more and more appreciated as pollution spreads around the world. And when we may have sunshine at the same time, life is wonderful 🙂

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