The Spectacular North –

Igjen har vi gleden av å publisere et fantastisk panoramabilde fra vårt vakre nord! Vel er de uten sol i store deler av vinterhalvåret, men se bare hva de har fått isteden?!
Bildet er tatt på den nordlige del av Andøya. (Det er akkurat der vår nåværende regjering ‘har vondt for å tru at nåkon kan bu?!
img_2302bAgain we have the pleasure of publishing a fantastic picture from our Northern region.
Well are they without the sun large parts of the year, but please observe what they have been given as a replacement?!
This picture has been taken on the Northern part of the Island of Andoeya (which happens to be the same place where our government of today refuses to believe  that anybody could live.)
(Compliments of MXS)

Please return me to INDEX for a new destination

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'See Norway' vil i fremtid befatte seg med å vise bildereportasjer fra byer, kommuner og tettsteder rundt i Norge. 'See Norway' will take pride in showing you picture reports from communities and settlements throughout Norway. Contact: post@roby.no
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24 Responses to The Spectacular North –

  1. Wow thanks for the tip how to find these sections.

    • Seenorway says:

      My signatur will be on 90% of the pictures, but it was worth the effort to follow MXS, don’t you think?

      • It makes total sense. Thank you so much for sharing this little point that brings so much clarity. This is what we meant about learning from others. This blogging thing is easy but it isn’t easy. Exactly, it was easy to follow MXS and we’ll be navigating more of your site now knowing this.

        • Seenorway says:

          Make yourself a pot of tea or coffee! On my blog alone there are more than 6500 ‘full screen’ pictures published! But – digital travels are totally free, but you’ve got to bring your own tea! 🙂 Please enjoy!

          • We are excited with the thoughts of that pot of coffee and being able to savor the photographs of your journeys and don’t mind at all that we have to provide our own coffee, lol. Our wish though would be to have you sitting with us sipping that beverage to narrate the pictures and more importantly the feelings you had being in those environments. It is so nice talking with you like this. Thank you for making time to talk.

            • Seenorway says:

              Some of the blog activity is to be social to each other! Since our politicians seem to be to busy fighting, will have to tend the social bit ourselves! I would have liked to visit 🙂 but it’s too far and too expensive these days. Besides I never fancied ‘the big apple’ much!
              Too big, too noisy and too unsocial! I preferred the smaller cities like Savannah, Charleston, Neport, Long Beach, Wilmington and the likes . . .
              NBut now I’ll have to run (Making dinner for my wife)

            • We know what you mean about New York Cith affectionately known as the “Big Apple”. We are 300 miles west of it here in NYS and glad of it. We enjoy visiting but to live there….not. Have a good dinner with the bride.

            • Seenorway says:

              I will! I’m back and we both survived! 🙂

            • Seenorway says:

              It’s no use to advertise for people to visit NY as long as you have a solid base of italian taxi drivers. Or waiter om 5th Ave (Waldorff) counting 10-dollar bills onto the carpet (and under their shoes) They assure that any visitors never comes back!

  2. Meggie says:

    Vad säger man? Så mäktigt! Även så långt söderut som Stockholm har vi under hösten kunnat uppleva norrsken även om det inte varit av den här omfattningen. 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Hei Meggie,
      Ja, det kan være fantastisk. Hvis du vil se mer fra denne fotografen så skal du legge hennes ID-kode (MXS) inn i det lille søkevinduet på vår forside og trykke ‘Enter’:
      Da får du alt hun har lagt inn hos oss.

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! We got another performance last night, but at the exact same time as the termination of the annual ‘Tour de Ski’. I decided against shooting it, but at last there was no way I could overlook it. Then, of course, it had become too late, but I did shoot a few frames which will be published during today sometime.

  3. Wow.. What a delight to light up your skies.. Fantastic share my friend.. 🙂 xx

  4. Trini Lind says:

    Woaw!! Saaa vakkert! 🙂

  5. niasunset says:

    Great photograph, fascinated me. Thank you, Love, nia

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