Another Day Ending . . .

Lyse norske sommerkvelder har en egen atmosfære som kan være vanskelig å forestille seg dersom man ikke selv har opplevd dem. Dette bildet synes jeg kan være et godt eksempel, og bildet ble tatt nøyaktig kl 21.55 om kvelden. Solen har så vidt sunket under horisonten og temperaturen er ennå behagelige 22 grader og neste dag er det ‘midt-sommer’!
Kan det bli bedre?
Bright Norwegian summer evenings have their own atmosphere which can be difficult to imagine if you have not experienced them yourself. This picture I think might be a good example and this picture was taken exactly at 09.55 PM in the evening. The sun has just descended below the horizon and the temperature is still comfortable 22 degrees C,
and,  tomorrow is ‘mid-summer’!

Could it get any better?

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10 Responses to Another Day Ending . . .

  1. -Eugenia says:

    What a beautiful scene, which you captured superbly.

  2. Vicki says:

    I guess this makes up for all the dark dreary winters when there’s minimal light during the day. Enjoy (it) while you can. The landscape is just so green and attractive right now.

    • Seenorway says:

      There is a very special light in the so-called ‘blue hour’, and if one has a bit of luck;
      it’s possible to catch something t\really worthwhile looking at.

  3. utesmile says:

    Lovely and good temperatures, enjoy this Norwegian Summer!

  4. Dina says:

    It’s so Norwegian 🇳🇴 and utterly gorgeous. Makes me miss Fredrikstad and the family and friends more right now. 🌿💚

    • Seenorway says:

      Born ‘Norwegian’ means ‘always Norwegian’, Dina! It doesn’t much matter where you go or where you end up! The way you relate to my photo proves me right! 🙂

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