Entries Tagged ‘Beach’

Norwegian Rocks

I’ve never seen rocks like these before – PINK!  I thought Norway was supposed to be the ‘Arctic Blue’ not cold pink. At least pink and blue go together – don’t they?

The Blue-legged Ice-stomper

This is a very rare bird indeed!  Native to the southern regions of Australia, this little bird has been known to migrate North to Arctic Norway.  It’s insulated feet are heavy enough to crack through thin road-ice and its red feathers help the bird to be seen by motorist therefore avoiding ending up as ‘road-kill’. […]

Strange Beach Habits

We went to the beach today and it was packed.  But looking at the above picture towards the water you can’t tell.  So where are all the people..? …on the grass.  When it’s hot North Norwegians go to the beach but not to swim, only to sunbath.  When they get too hot they head for […]

An Otterly Awesome Experience

Just when you think you have seen it all… it all comes together. To my right was this quaint little beach. In front was the Arctic ocean. And to the left was an otter checking me out.  Ringvassøy, just north of Tromsø, is a secret treat.

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