From the area of Ringerike, a teacher`s story:
|A Norwegian flag, taken in Uvdal, Norway|
|Our King, inspecting His Majesty The King`s Guard. Taken in Oslo|
|A bird resting on the stable fence, taken in Hokksund, Norway|
|Nice Norwegian nature|
|A picture I took last fall.|
|An old stone church in Buskerud. Fiskum ca.1250|
|The snow has gone!|
|My dog in front of the waterfall|
|A beautiful chapel hidden in the woods at Sollihøgda.|
|A beatiful dogwalk in the evening, it`s spring and the snow melts|
|The Crocus is no longer hiding, it slowly comes to sight in the sunshine.|
|My cat is cuddling in the sun|
«Gamle Mester» or the «Old Master» is the oldest tree there is in our town. It’s over a thousand years old and it has been written a poem about it as well, by Jørgen Moe. Old Master has been used several times as a ‘prop’ in different formal photos like weddings and such.
Beautiful flowers in bloom, together with a bumble bee.
«Kultur sti» or directly translated «Culture path». A beautiful path that crosses through the woods not far from my house.
When I was little I used to bath here and slide down the slippery rocks. This little waterfall is up on a hill called “Lesteberg”.
|My dog Nikki playing hide and seek in out backyard plants. Ain't she cute?|