The Treasure Chest

I våre yngre dager leste de fleste av oss spennende eventyr om Aladdin og hans trylle-lampe, om pirater i sørlige farvann som plyndret skip i øst og vest og samlet seg kostbare smykker, gull og edelstener i kister som de grov ned i mørke huler . . .
Sånn må kanskje en del insekter føle det når de titter inn i en spansk margaritt?
For her fremstår jo godsakene som litt større fristelser enn hva vi ser andre steder eller . . .
In our younger days didn’t we all read exiting adventures about Aladdin and his magic oil lamp, about fierce pirates sailing the Southern Seas hijacking ships in the East and the West gathering precious jewellery, gold and precious stones which they hid into the bottom of dark mysterious caves . . .?
That’s about how todays insects must feel looking into the depth of a mysterious spanish margarite? Because here the ‘goodies’ looks like ‘the real thing’, don’t you think . . . ?

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9 Responses to The Treasure Chest

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Om, my! What an amazing shot! Wow, a true gem in many ways!

  2. utesmile says:

    You do have an abundance of beautiful flowers… weeds in Norway!

  3. Lisa Whiteside says:

    Can you please tell me how to get a translation into English? Thank you

    • Seenorway says:

      Hey Lisa,
      I was wondering where you’d got to, but now you’re here! This is a ‘dual language blog’!!! (You must have noticed?)
      Norwegian text in dark blue and English texts in light grey a bit further down the road! This is the way it has been since start (2012)

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