My Promise fulfilled !

Jeg lovet jeg ville forsøke å skaffe dere interiørbilder fra den gamle Røyken kirke oppført i stein i 1229, men for å holde alt dette mest mulig samlet, så er alle bildene lagt inn i en tidligere reportasje som dere altså finner bak denne linken:
I promised you all that I would try to get you some interior photos from this beautiful old stone church from 1229, but trying to keep as much as possible in one place, I have published these interior shots in a former post published under the following link:
Please enjoy!

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10 Responses to My Promise fulfilled !

  1. utesmile says:

    I think, people don’t do links because they want to see the stuff on the blog post itself. However, as you fulfilled your “promise” we needed to check out the link….otherwise your post does not make sense. Saying that common sense is often missing these days! 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      That’s why I wrote it the way I did! After something lik 15-16 years of blogging I have experienced this peculiar lack of interest/time (or whatever) before, but I find it a little hard to believe that people don’t know the trick of holding down the shift key when one click the link? Then it’s only an ‘x’ and you’re back where you started. Everyone does know this technique today? Thus it takes no effort at all to follow through on a given link?!

      • Marica says:

        I did not know that. Thanks!

        Is the design of the pews, with the tray on the back serving as a table for the pew behind, common? I don’t think I’ve ever seen it before.

        • Seenorway says:

          How could you, Marcia? You just got here!? Welcome!
          If you take the time to browse through my Index, you’ll find nearly 7500 pictures from Norway, –
          nearly everyone in ‘full screen’! Please enjoy!

  2. Per Morten Reigstad says:

    Ja det var jo en riktig vakker Kirke både utvendig og innvendig! Men nå blir vel alt fotografert med det nye kameraet ditt nesten bedre enn virkeligheten

    • Seenorway says:

      Av og til kan det faktisk se slik ut! 🙂 Det har en ganske utrolig lysmåler og jeg kan ta bilder ovferalt hvor jeg normalt tidligere måtte ha blitz eller en annen form for belysning.
      Det er helt unødvendig nå. Til og med videoer kan spilles inn i dårlig ‘stue-belysning’!

  3. -Eugenia says:

    From 1229 is amazing. I seem to remember your previous shots of the old church and will take another look tomorrow. This is a beautiful capture of a lovely and scenic sight.

    • Seenorway says:

      I’m having a hard time to understand what’s going on inside the heads of the ‘blogger family’, ’cause so far NOBODY seems to have followed the link provided where they might see the interior of the church. I know bloggers never seem to follow links, so for a long time I have neglected to publish such, but this time I was asked to!
      I think it’s gonna be a fair while before I’ll invest more time to find particular pictures again.
      After all – I myself have seen this church many times before!

      • -Eugenia says:

        I took another look at your interior photos and find it amazing the beautiful details and the fact you captured it all so well. I guess people are just too busy taking selfies! 🤣

        • Seenorway says:

          yes, I know, but that doesn’t help much. If anything they notice a new wrinkle or two! 🙂
          I have one of the most advanced mobile cameras in the world and I have posessed a mobile phone for at least 30 years, but I have never ever yet taken a selfie!
          Whatever for? I do have a mirror in my bathroom!

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