May Sunset

Jeg kunne ikke la være å fotografere en solnedgang her for et par dager siden. Den endret seg ikke så veldig over tid denne gang, og derfor er dessverre bildene ganske like. Men slik er det med solneganger: Man vet aldri helt hva som vil skje, eller om det vil være noe å ta vare på i det hele tatt? Men 3 – 4 bilder ble det jo?!
I could not help but photograph a sunset here a few days ago. It did not change very much over time this time and therefore, unfortunately, the pictures are quite similar. But this is the case with sunsets: You never quite know what will happen or if there will be something to take care of at all? But 3 – 4 pictures I found ?!
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13 Responses to May Sunset

  1. Missy’s Crafty Mess/Missy’s Handarbeid says:

    Beautiful photographs. It was nice catching up with you again. I hope that you are doing well!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Missy! Yes, I was kind of wondering what had happened to you but nice to have you back on track! 🙂 Been traveling? Dangerous sport in these Corona-times.

      • Missy’s Crafty Mess/Missy’s Handarbeid says:

        No, we’ve been home. I was just overwhelmed with parenting duty’s. It’s not fun teaching an autistic teenager who doesn’t want to do homework!

        • Seenorway says:

          🙂 I can imagine!!! And probably directed to stay home as well?
          The good thing is that they become pretty adaptive walking walls!

          • Missy’s Crafty Mess/Missy’s Handarbeid says:

            We haven’t been ordered to shelter in place but everything is closed. I have stayed home due to my health issues. They are all breathing and allergy related. It’s not worth the risk.

            • Seenorway says:

              Definitely not! Norway is easing up on restrictions from today, but very slowly!
              If you just open, it will be like taking the cork out of a bottle and there will be parties and barbecues all over the place. Then in another 3 weeks everybody will return to the old restrictions whilst another couple of thousands dies . . .

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Beautiful colors and such clarity! I’m sure the air is cleaner where you live compared to ours, however, since the lockdown, I noticed our air seems to be fresher and the sky is clear and blue.

    • Seenorway says:

      That is a fact! The same report comes from most larger cities throughout the world, but I think that is about to change as countries all over the world have to make a final choice between fresh air and commercial business! Without any form of business, there will be no tax revenues, and that will probably be the end of it all?

  3. utesmile says:

    The last one is the best with the trees on the left. looks great!

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