Rain or Shine?

Jeg har lagt merke til at de fleste mener å ha hatt et litt uvanlig vær så langt i år?
Og jeg kan vel bare henge meg på?
I have observed that most of you seem to be feeling that you have had your share of unpredictable weather so far this year? And I’m afraid I’m no exception!

(Compliments of SRB)
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15 Responses to Rain or Shine?

  1. Those are dramatic skies. Love the colours of the sky.

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Dippy Dotty Girl!
      Whilst you have been away for a while, I have been across the Hardanger Plains – the largest mountain plains of Northern Europe. Half of my pictures from this trip have all been published and – I think you will enjoy them! Be my guest!

      • I will browse your blog for them. Excited to see Hardangervidda through your eyes. I have lovely memories of the vast plains there. In fact, I just read your email. 🙂

        • Seenorway says:

          This is NOT the Hardanger Plains, however, I do recommend that you try to follow this train, even if most commentaries are in Norwegian. Forget that and enjoy nature –
          seen partly from the train and partly from an assisting helicopter!

          • I was talking about the Hardangervidda, Svein. The plateaus. I have a post on it too.

            I will browse the links you have sent me. A peek into the train journey to Myrdal is what we missed out on, even though we did dawdle in and around Flam. Thanks for the link. Have a good week!

          • Seenorway says:

            Yes, so was I, but writing my answer it got to me that you had probably seen it before (‘been there, done that’), so I included the train fare through the Flaam Valley.
            Many have traveled by train, but I don’t think many have experienced a trip like this combined with a helicopter?
            As for the ‘Voeringfoss Waterfall’, a new tourist bridge has been built across the river. A bridge you have not seen (nor walked!) 47 meters long and approximately 150 feet long, height above the torrent river being 150 feet!
            A number of new viewing platforms have also been built along the edge of the gorge making it safe to go close!
            Sitting on a train or bus, you are likely to see only one side of the plains!:-) I stopped whenever I saw something beautiful, left the car
            with my camera, and walked about to find the best possible angle. Yes, you might have seen it before, but I feel confident that you will
            discover something that you have not seen before! 🙂

          • I enjoyed the video, even the music. The views are stunning from air.

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Ominous sky, indeed!

  3. Very dramatic sky! ❤ Take care, cheryl

  4. Seenorway says:

    Ja, jeg tror det kan være en trend i tiden. Forbered deg på at dette kan bli normalen!

  5. Annemor Schønhaug says:

    Har hatt mye vær- 😊

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