A Hardanger Panorama

Dagens bilde er tatt i Kvam kommune (Hordaland) et stykke opp i åsen og med panorama utsikt til Hardangerfjorden langt der nede. Liene har ennå ikke blitt grønne, men på den annen side er bildet tatt i månedsskiftet Februar/Mars, og egentlig er det jo fortsatt full vinter i Norge? Men det er altså tegn på at våren ikke er så veldig langt unna . . .?
Todays picture has been shot in the municipality of ‘Kvam’ (Hordaland) and gives you a panoramic view from the ‘Hardanger Fjord’ far below. The hills have not yet become green, but on the other hand the picture was shot somewhere around February/March and – it’s still actually full winter here in Norway! There are however, indications that the spring might not be too far off . . .!

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9 Responses to A Hardanger Panorama

  1. Seenorway says:

    It’s really a strange year, yes! But reading the weatherforecasts is even more strange.
    After a week with temperatures around plus 3 – 10 degrees more or less over the entire country, the other day we awoke to a new weatherforecast prediting temperatures from 15 – 25 degrees below zero and one particular day we were told it would reach 278 degrees below zero!!!
    Space-travel for free – for everyone! 🙂
    As it turned out there was one of the new associates at the weather office that had never heard about Kelvin degrees! 🙂 But yes, it’s spring – and anything may happen!

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Wow, wall hanging perfect shot! We had spring the other day – now it’s winter again. Go figure.

  3. Seenorway says:

    Well, there has undoubtedly been a lot more on the peaks, but we’ve also had a few serious rainstorms and out west there has been a few weeks with temperatures in the range of
    10 – 15 degrees plus! That has left its mark on the snow!

  4. Not enough snow for March in Hardanger Fjord 🙂 Its been a mild winter

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