Holmsbu *

In January 2013 I posted this photo report from Holmsbu! Please note the ‘star’ following the caption; which indicates that this particular report has turned out to one of our most often seen report of them all. And – since this is how we did it in the beginning, you will find a number of active links leading to other popular reports directly underneath this photo report! The full photoreport includes 17 fullscreen photos! Please enjoy!

Denne fotoreportasjen fra Holmsbu ble første gang pubhlisert i Jan. 2013!
Legg merke til den lille stjernen etter overskriften! Det er en indikasjon påmat nettopp denne reportasjen har vist seg å være en av de aller mest sett av dem alle! Legg også merke til at vi helt til slutt har publisert en rekke aktive linker til andre populære reportasjer. Det var slik vi gjorde det på den tiden. Hele fotoreportasjen omfatter hele 17 bilder i ‘full-format’! Kos dere!

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Holmsbuer et hyggelig lite sted på sørvestkysten av Hurumlandet, i det vesentligste befolket av ‘sommer-turister’.
Picture 8665Holmsbu is a nice but very small place located on the south western coastline of the peninsula between the ‘Oslofjord’ and the ‘Drammensfjord’. Mostly Holmsbu are inhabited by people visiting the place during summer, but on a permanent basis there are only 340 people living here throughout the year.Picture 8659Sentralt plassert i Holmsbu finner vi det kjenteHolmsbu Bad, mens vi finner Quality Spa & Resort Holmsbu   noe lenger ute på vei mot Rødtangen.

Centrally located in Holmsbu we find the renownedHolmsbu Bad‘, and somewhat furtherout – towards Rødtangen: theQuality Spa & Resort Holmsbu‘!

Picture 8650Holmsbu har en fantastisk flott og godt beskyttet havn. Her ligger man trygt uansett vær! I bakgrunnen ‘Odden’.

Holmsbu have a nice and well protected harbour that will guarantee…

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8 Responses to Holmsbu *

  1. Very beautiful. Two days ago I watched a very nice program on Yv, about the bauty of Norway. Anyway, the pictures are not taken ìn January, are they?

    • Seenorway says:

      No, Paola, these pictures were taken during summer. I haven’t checked exactly dates,
      but looking at the nature around us – I’d say ‘June/July’?
      I know that I somewhere on my blog have published a videolink to a program presenting ‘Norway’s best’ (From the whole country) made by a professional team of international movie-producers. Really worth seeing! (About 10-12 minutes long) But – it’s quite some time ago (possibly 2018/19), but I cannot remember what I called it!
      Possibly ‘ Beatiful Norway’ or something along those lines . . .
      If I come across it again, I’ll try to remember sending it to you, but you are free to look for it on your own!

  2. Seenorway says:

    There is a saying: What you don’t know, won’t hurt you! And I guess it kind of works both ways,
    I guess? 🙂
    One things, however, seems not to have changed: Bloggers rarely find the time to browse archives!
    This particular report (with thousands of others) have been lying there for all to enjoy for 7 years now! And so far I cant see that anyone have bothered to activate any of the links at the bottom of the report? (Which demonstrate that I was right when I just stopped to publish such links!)

  3. -Eugenia says:

    I am glad you revived this post because Holmsbu appears to be so pristine and sparkling. Each photo a perfect postcard display.

    • Seenorway says:

      The weather being what it is for the time being, it’s the only sensible thing to do. After all –
      75% of my followers were not here in 2013. And since this particular report belongs to the ‘old type’ with a number of direct hyper links to other reports as well as key information about this one, I had a hope that somebody would try it out for size.
      So far, however’ it doesn’t look like things have changed much! But thank you!

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