It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here.
So this Sunday I had a lot of fun visiting my first telephone box library in Bergen on my way to church. It was such a lovely thing to find.
There are only a 100 boxes left since the advances in technology and I love that some are being given new lives as little libraries.
I really enjoyed browsing the shelves and found a copy of Victoria Hislop’s book Øya (the island) which I’ve read a few times and thought it would be useful to read to practice my Norwegian.
Anyway that’s all for now.
Picture taking whilst landing at Oslo airport yesterday afternoon.
A week ago we went on a little adventure by boat train and car. It was a Noah and Grandma and Auntie day. We all had so much fun. Sometimes little adventures not far from home are the best kind.
Then we took the little ferry across to Fell Foot Park from Lakeside.
and Grandma did a fantastic job at rowing. We even sang ‘Row row’ too.
Then we took the little ferry back and the steam train from Lakeside to Haverthwate.
The rattle of the train
Bright evening skies
Searching for golden moments
Mesmerising in their simplicity
Pockets of wonder
Captured in a split second
Against a blazing furness
Slivers of silver on the horizon
as dusk approaches.
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The drive across to Ulverston this morning. So enjoying the crisp fresh air and snow.
Seagul in flight across the Nidelva and the old wharves in the city of Trondheim. Taken this past May a few days before I headed home.
It was a beautiful day for wandering.. Kristiansten Festning in Trondheim.
Taken a few evenings back after exploring the city at night.
I wandered round a beautiful example of gothic architecture this morning.. Votiv Kirche in Vienna, Austria. Photo taken with my ipod camera.. I’ll definitely be back there with my dslr next time..