Colors of the Autumn

Høsten har kommet. I det minste på noen steder. I lavlandet er det fortsatt varmt, men over 1000 meter har nattefrosten slått til og naturen bærer preg av dette. Her noen bilder fra Valdresfjellet som minner oss på det som vil komme.
picture-6067bThe autumn has arrived! In some places at least. I the ‘lowlands’ it’s still pretty warm, but – above 3 300 feet temperatures have fallen below zero at night. And the mountain sides clearly show what’s happened. Here a few picture to remind us what’s up front . . .
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picture-6071bpicture-6073bpicture-6079b(Compliments of ASS)

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12 Responses to Colors of the Autumn

  1. Tilla says:

    Så utrolig fine bilder!! Kjempe fint med alle fargene😄

  2. vestlending says:

    Høst? Nå først er sommeren kommet til Vestlandet! Og det skal visst bli sommer en stund videre!

    • Seenorway says:

      Tja, snakker vi timer eller uker tro? Vestlandet? Er ikke det stedet hvor de har satt ny nedbørsrekord? Jo, jeg ser jo at man har satt opp sol 7 dager på rad, men er du sikker på at de ikke har hengt en gul sol på veggen? Sol i 7 dager i trekk er vel også en slags Vestlandsrekord?

  3. And I thought you were trying to believe that autumn was a long long way away🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, David, depending on where you stand in the moment. Here in my garden, approximately 200 feet above sea level it’s still rather pleasant (and a long way off, I hope,) but moving up to 3300 feet it’s an alltogether different ballgame!

      • My garden probably has the same feel as yours….when the sun shines autumn appears a very long way off. On our moorland the heather is now well past its best and going into its seasonal decline and the bracken drying. The only sure thing is that autumn and then winter will come in its own time !

        • Seenorway says:

          Sure does! But after all this talk about ‘global warming’, one may hope that the snow will stay away until late January? And then thewre is a hope of an early spring? Say mid-February? That would be agreeable to my old body! 🙂

  4. HesterLeyNel says:

    Beautiful, but I am very pleased that our summer is on its way; I don’t think I will survive your cold winters.

    • Seenorway says:

      You most certainly would, Hester, but – first you’ll have to get here!🙂
      It’s about ‘getting used to’! After a long winter, we feel C 8+ to be very pleasantly ‘spring warm’, but after a long summer the exact same temperatur seems a bit chilly one october morning! During Easter people are enjoying 10 + half naked outside of their cabins up in the mountains.

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