View towards The Rondane

Jeg tror egentlig dette bildet taler for seg selv? Men – etter at dette fjellmassivet engang ble malt av vår kjente nasjonal-maler Harald Sohlberg en gang i 1901 (Vinternatt i Rondane), så har det blitt motiv for et norsk frimerke og sett verden rundt. Selve maleriet befinner seg i Nasjonal-galleriet i Oslo, mens motivet er foreviget av all de som passerer denne utsiktsplassen (Sohlberg-plassen), oppkalt etter nevnte kunstner.

Actually I think this picture speaks for itself? But – after this mountain massive once were painted by our renowned national painter, Harald Sohlberg, one night in 1901
(Winter Night in Rondane), the motif has also been used for a stamp and travelled the globe, seen by millions. However, the original painting may be seen at our National Gallery in Oslo, whilst the motif have been shot time and again by every passer-by (me included) 🙂  The viewing platform giving the best possible shot (Sohlberg-plassen) is named after the said artist.

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9 Responses to View towards The Rondane

  1. The Mountain on the right looks like a profile laying down.. Wonderful

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Reblog didn’t work well. Reposting.

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Reblogged this on BrewNSpew and commented:
    Sharing a stunning scene by Seenorway. Be sure to read the commentary.

  4. -Eugenia says:

    Beautiful scene. It’s obvious why it is so appealing.

  5. Trini Lind says:

    Nydelig!! 😍😍

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