June Sunset

På denne tiden av året, men også fordi jeg begynner å bli i eldste laget for å stresse rundt etter stadig nye motiver, så fokuserer jeg fort på solnedganger som kan nytes der jeg bor! Og – de er alltid litt forskjellige! Og så får jeg heller få lov til å dele andre motiver når anledningen byr seg?
Idag får dere et par bilder fra en vakker solnedgang for et par dager siden.
This time of the year, but also because I’m fast becoming of age – too old to stress about
catching ever new motives, I’ll be focusing on sunsets that may be enjoyed from where I live, And they are always a bit different! And I hope to be permitted to share other motives with you when an opportunity presents itself?
Today I give you a couple of shots from a beautiful sunset a couple of days back in time!
Compliments of SRB)
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11 Responses to June Sunset

  1. Forestwood says:

    Stunning. I miss the Norwegian summer!

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, Amanda, we haven’t had much of a summer to speak of this year, but we had an incredible spring! 🙂
      If you miss the Norwegian summers, I do hope you still remember where to find us? Meanwhile ‘digital travel’
      is the cheapest transport of all, and if you venture into my ‘INDEX’ (You’ll find a link at the end of practically any post you care to open)
      you’ll find it much easier to navigate than looking through archives at random.

      • Forestwood says:

        Thanks for the tip. If you haven’t had much of a summer, I need to visit. Everytime I come for a visit, you have a phenomenal summer, as I must bring the summer weather with me from Australia. I am going to use some of your words as practise for my Norwegian class. Just a small group of us trying to practise snakker norsk.

        • Seenorway says:

          Ah, now -please remember that I’m not using word by word translations here. Only the general meaning of what I convey (like you’d say it it in a conversation) and – it’s years and years since I was abroad practicing my English. Last time in Australia was as far back as in 1958/59 🙂

          • Forestwood says:

            That is just fine. We will only be using the Norwegian not the english translation.

            • Seenorway says:

              What a relief! My Norwegian is still impeccable! 🙂 In fact somewhat better than practiced throughout the country today.
              There has been too much influence from other languages plus a lot of abbrivations used on phones (SMS-language) and among certain generations
              there is a definite lack of ability when it comes to such things as plain handwriting as well as grammer. I don’t much like the way it’s going, but I won’t be here for ever . . .

        • Seenorway says:

          We have been alerted to a heatwave over most of Europe this summer (starting today), but the war airs seem to stop by the Garmen/Danish boarder? Up here we have been promised temperatures near 18-19 degrees which is about 5-6 degrees below normal this time of the year!

  2. Seenorway says:

    Aw, we just put a couple of weeks with rains behind us! May be the weather systems of the world has reversed itself? Weather usually come in from the SW, but lately we’ve had som pretty nasty cold winds coming in from NorthEast?! Today, however, it’s like what a summer should be: Around 20C+ and another 10 in direct sunshine, but tomorrow the rain will come back, they say. . .?

  3. Not sure we will be enjoying any sunsets for a while….the much needed rain has arrived and is likely to be with us for a week or two. Best not to complain 🙂

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