Monochrome Series 1: Moods do not lie.

Blue skies, green fields and one happy weiner dog. I got nothing to complain but my mood says otherwise.

 

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No Shortcuts. Just Fun.

Zorro and I hiked Fløyen yesterday. This was not our first time together at Fløyen. We were there around 2 years ago. This time we did not take the funicular to the top. We hiked. The path is not hard to find, it is just on the left side of the entrance.

We left the flat at 12 noon, then took the bus to the city center. I felt pity for Zorro because he does not like taking the bus. He was nervous and shaking and just wanted to go off the bus every time it stopped. I am sure that he had a long day in the bus rides.

We went off at “Torget”. I walked Zorro along the pier to relax his nerves after the horrifying bus ride. He seemed very excited and happy to once again explore Bergen center! Then after 10 minutes of walking we started going up to the path to Fløyen.

The path is very easy to hike. It is baby and toddler friendly. Anyone can go up there with trolleys. Even old people can go up too. All you only need is the will to reach the top.

Unlike the funicular, hiking to Fløyen takes around 35-40 minutes. But in my case, it took me an hour to get there because of Zorro. You see he has tiny legs and he is kind a heavy for his size, so we just walked nice and slow. On the brighter side, we met some awesome dogs too on the way and we got to enjoy the view as we get higher and higher.

The hike was a bit exhausting. But I prefer hiking to taking the funicular because there are more to see and the feeling of reaching the top after the struggle is just superb.

 

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“We are not going to take that monster ride again, right?” -Zorro
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Bryggen
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“One day, I’ll have my own monument here too.” -Zorro

 

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One of the paths.

 

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The funicular rail
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Reading signs is an important part of any hikes/trips.
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Sniffing from this height and view must be extra good for Zorro.

 

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The struggle is worth it. 🙂

 

Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Pets

For the first time, I am joining Cee’s Black and White photo challenge. I have been following Cee here on WordPress for quite a while now and I always get tempted to do some of the photo challenges. The reason why I am only doing this now is because I am doing photo challenges already from The Daily Post and I did not want to fill my blog with just photo challenges. But then I realized that I am already posting a lot of photos here so why not join other photo challenges as well and besides it is fun.

Anyway, this is my entry for this week’s Black and White challenge which is pets. This is my pet Zorro. A 5 year old dachshund.

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I’ll be watching you

This is my take on last weekend’s The Daily Post photo challenge, Eye Spy. We’ve all been there. Sometimes we get that feeling that someone is watching us. Sometimes it’s just the mind playing tricks on us. However there are times that it’s the instincts that try to warn us.

 

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The f! What you doin’ there bird?

Struggles of Having a Dog at Home Part 1: The Puppy Eyes

I hate to admit this but I’m quite weak when it comes to dogs giving me puppy eyes. Well, I don’t give him treats every time he looks at me like that but it’s just painful for me to ignore him.

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“I’ve been hungry for like 60 minutes now! Feed me please.. Pretty please..”