Panorama across the Gol Mountain Plateau

Idag  fant jeg et ekstra bilde fra Golsfjellet som ikke har vært vist før. Men ellers finnes det en lang rekke bilder fra dette området her på bloggen. Det er igrunnen bare å skrive inn ‘Golsfjellet’ i det lille søkevinduet på vår forside dersom noen ønsker flere bilder derfra.
Eller kanskje klikke på denne linken:
https://seenorway.wordpress.com/2014/08/26/golsfjellet/
Today I found you a panorama shot from the Gol Mountain range that has not been published before. Otherwise you’ll find plenty of pictures from this area on this blog. All you have to do is to insert ‘Golsfjellet’ into the small search window on my front page or – wanting to see more – you may hit this link:
https://seenorway.wordpress.com/2014/08/26/golsfjellet/

(Compliments of SRB)
Please return me to INDEX for a new picture/destination.

 

 

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14 Responses to Panorama across the Gol Mountain Plateau

  1. vestlending says:

    Nydelig bilde Svein og jeg benyttet linken for å oppleve reportasjen fra Golsfjellet på ny!

    • Seenorway says:

      Ja, det burde kanskje flere ha gjort? I det minste dem som aldri var her da det innlegget ble publisert, men det er altså i underkant 5% som benytter seg av slike muligheter og da synes jeg ikke det er noe vits i å legge arbeid i linker! Det taper jo alle på, men sånn er det!

      • vestlending says:

        Ja Push the link bør kanskje stå med særs fyldig skrift?

          • Seenorway says:

            Nei, jeg har gjort minst 30-40 forsøk over de siste årene.
            KOnklusjonene er dessverre at folk ikke vil flytte seg fra der de er i øyeblikket.
            Det er altfor få som kjenner/bruker metoden med å holde nede ‘shift-knappen’ når de klikker på linken. Da kan de jo bare x’e seg ut å være tilbake på et sekund. Men de gjør altså ikke det heller!

        • Seenorway says:

          Vel, de fleste mkjenner jo igjen linker på farghe, understrekning og ordet ‘here’ eller ‘her’.
          Men her skriver jeg jo helt og fullt at de kan trykke på linekn om de vil se mer og fargelegger hele setningen mer eller mindre, men det gjør ingen forskjell!

  2. -Eugenia says:

    It’s worth it to click on the link. Beautiful hotels and scenery for delightful viewing.

    • Seenorway says:

      Yes it is! And I could seriously never cover The Gol Mountain Range in one picture, but unfortunately bloggers anno 2017 are short of time and seems tom have no time for links.
      Which makes me contemplate whether I ought to invest time in them as well?
      Did you notice that the report from Droebak had only received 4 ‘Likes’? And it has been opened several thousand times from locals without blogs. But the blog society seems to ignore it!

      • -Eugenia says:

        That I don’t comprehend. How difficult is to click on like. The pictures are stunning and what’s special is you explain what they represent.

        • Seenorway says:

          Life may be a mystery, Eugenia, but with the statistic tools of 2017 you may observe a lot more than before of what’s going on around you. And since March 23rd I’ve been monitoring the blog much closer than before. Yes, it takes a lot of time, but I do learn a lot about people, about bloggers/blogging, what works and what not – allthough I ought to know already after having blogged for a full 12 years – both in large and smaller networks.

          And it’s a documented fact that only 5% (or less) bother to open links presented to them.
          Earlier in time I worked my butt off in order to find links with additional information both in Norwegian and in English. On some occasions even in French or German, but – that kind mof work steal the time I’d have liked to be on the road with a camera. And since less than 5% bothered to open such links, there are very few (if any) links published today:
          As you saw – you shall harvest! 🙂 I’ve been there, and I know what it is, but this blog could have been so much better for those stumbling across it after I’m gone . . .

          ‘Likes’ are no problem. Nice to get in appreciation, but it dosen’t change the quality of the blog. The lack of links does. Unfortunately!

  3. What a clear view you can see for miles.. 🙂

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