Winter Frost

Det finnes noen små indikasjoner på at kuldebølgen er i ferd med å slippe taket, men – gjennom natten kan vi registrere natte-temperaturer på minus 16 – 18 grader, noe som har vært litt uvanlig gjennom de senere år. Men – i skrivende øyeblikk – har vi bare minus 4,5 C, hvilket ‘nå’ virker som rene sommer-temperaturen! 🙂
Noen av disse bildene er dessverre tatt på litt for nært hold, men jeg orket rett og slett ikke å bevege meg lenger vekk i kulda. Dere for heller scrolle litt dersom dere vil se hele bildet!
There are some microscopic indications that the cold wave is about to leave us, but – through the night we can register night temperatures of minus 16 – 18 degrees, which has been a bit unusual in recent years. But – at the time of writing – we only have minus 4,5 C which ‘now’ seems like a pure summer temperature! 🙂 Unfortunately, some of these photos were taken at a little too close, but I simply could not get myself to move further away in this cold. You’d better scroll a bit if you want to see the whole picture!


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29 Responses to Winter Frost

  1. Beautiful landscapes !! The snow is amazing!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! Usually we have much more snow this time of the year, but this time we have got more cold than snow! At least in our parts of the country.
      We have been promised a ‘low’ today, and the possibillity of ‘plus temperatures’, but still
      we have approximately 8 degrees below zero. So – maybe tomorrow? 🙂

  2. So you got some snow then 🙂 Just a little deeper than ours….. which will all be gone by Monday

    • Seenorway says:

      Normally it would be gone here as well, only this year we seems to have encountered a regular cold wave which have kept temperatures in the range 6 – 16 degrees below zero since late January! Even this morning we woke to 16 below! But – someone have said that from next week (3 days off) we will have ‘plus temperatures’! I really hope he/she was a weather forecaster?! 🙂

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Such glorious photos! I love the contrast with the blue sky and the white snow!

  4. allysoally says:

    I love the contrast of blue sky and snow white trees. I have never experienced this kind of weather, not even blow zero. It must be really cold.

    • Seenorway says:

      He he! It seems a bit far off to us that experience it on a daily basis.
      At east through winter! 🙂 But, yes, it might be at times when we have a wind in addition!
      But – we have an invention they call ‘warm windproof clothing’, so we are doing OK!
      Nice to hear from you again!

  5. Beautiful! I live in the Monashee Mountains (part of the Rockies) in Canada and have lived on the west coast. I love how your landscape looks so similar to ours! (Much like People!) Awesome photos! Have an amazing day!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you for dropping by! There are, however, more than 8000 ‘full-screen’ pictures from Norway published on my blog – and from all seasons, so please feel free to browse for other beautiful scenes.

  6. Irene says:

    Love the bright blue sky against the snow.

  7. Operation X says:

    Det är vackert att se snön. Det har snöat också i den frisiska huvudstaden Leeuwarden. Jag tog bilder av det idag, igår och i förrgår.

  8. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    It looks beautiful but very cold. It colder than usual here (Southwest England) but Norway is the coldest place I have been. We were there in late October/ November and took a local tour in Alta hoping to see the Northern Lights, and by 1am the driver/guide told us it was -26C. We didn’t see the Lights that night as the snow came in, but we did see them the next night. I have been to Norway several times before but always in spring or summer. Hopefully when the pandemic is controlled we will be back.
    https://allatseawithme.blogspot.com/2021/02/wordless-wednesday-alaska.html

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi there, –
      Well – you seem to have chosen one of the coldest areas of Norway so I’m not overly surprised if it was rather cold. Some people seem to believe that Northern Lights
      are phenomena that can be seen any night, but as you did find out: It is not! But this time of the year far more often in the North than further South!
      Down here where I live we rarely see it at all!
      As for the pandemic you may experience it just about anywhere these days, but in another couple of months I hope most people will have been vaccinated, thus reduced the risk somewhat. Still – virus dont die, They mutate or hibernate and I do think that our world will never be quite the same ever again. The key word seems to be
      ‘adaption’!?

  9. catscue says:

    What a beautiful, beautiful place! Thanks for sharing Norway with me.

    • Seenorway says:

      Welcome, Catscue –
      There are more than 8000 pictures waiting for you – all from Norway! And 90% are shot in ‘full screen’ large enough to fill a screen of 60 inches!
      You will find a small dialogue window to the right and under my top frame: If you insert a key word like’Oslo’ (or perhaps ‘Sunset’) and hit the
      ‘enter-button’, you will be presented for all photo-reports related to Oslo or – you might drown yourself in Norwegian sunsets! 🙂
      Oryoy may try out my ‘INDEX’ (A link at the bottom of most any post) Please enjoy!

  10. Sognafaret says:

    En på jobben snakket om at vi skulle få slikt vær helt til påske.

  11. Sandee says:

    Now that looks mighty cold. Beautiful though.

    I linked you to my Wordless Wednesday.

    Have a fabulous day. 🙂

  12. Seenorway says:

    I thought so too, but unfortunately, just as cold! 🙂

  13. utesmile says:

    It is lovely with the blue sky!

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