Tag: landscape

  • What Matters Really

    What Matters Really

    Two weeks ago, I went for a short trip (walk) at Den Trondhjemske postvei near my place. This nice place is actually the old road that connects Bergen and Trondheim. The old road was constructed in the late 1700’s as the demand for an effective way to send/deliver goods and mail increased. During that time, […]

  • Lyngheisenteret

    Lyngheisenteret

    Lyngheisenteret or the Heathland Centre is a museum and an information centre about preserving the culture, traditions and lifestyle of coastal heathlands. According to their website this unique and beautiful landcape is dissappearing in a high rate not just here in Norway but also in Europe. The Heathland Centre is located at Lygra in Alver […]

  • Work and Pleasure

    One of the perks of working as a home nurse assistant aside from meeting new people is the opportunity to see new places. That’s why I’m grateful for this job of mine even though it’s exhausting and the salary is not on top. A month ago, I applied for extra jobs near my new place. […]

  • You Don’t Need to Fly

    Sometimes you don’t need to fly just to get closer to the sky. 😉  

  • Earth Day Photo

    Because it’s Earth Day yesterday, I’m sharing one of my favorite nature shots. This shot was taken two weeks ago during one of my hikes with Zorro at Åsane Norway. It’s not our first time in this place, but for me this is an achievement because I reached the place without a guide. The hike […]

  • Norwegian Landscape

    Some of my friends ask me why I always have a camera with me and why I always take pictures of the place I have been many times before. The views will always be the same and the mountains will always be there. My answer to them is simple. I find the place really beautiful […]