• Red Currents

    Red currents growing in a backyard in Tønsberg.

  • Sunset At The End Of The Docks

    At the end of the docks at Aker Brygge in Oslo sits a gallery surrounded by restaurants. Between the glass buildings is a view of the fjord. That is always where I’m heading!

  • Yellow Fortress

    The Aker Brygge docks face the Akershus Fortress. The diners on the cold side of the wharf do not see the sunset, but its reflection on the stone walls of the building across the water.

  • Sidewalk Of Karl Johans in Oslo

    Karl Johans gate is the street that runs from Oslo station through the centre of the city right up to the Royal Palace. It is rare to find it as vacant, but in these times it is wise to expect the unexpected.

  • Favourite Retro Street Art

    Below Akershus Fortress along the docks there are various sculptures and street art works. This is one of my favourites – a poster-style formate, it resembles a retro magazine cover.

  • Masks Above The Docks

    At the docks in downtown Oslo, many old sailing ships moor. People are free to walk between them and admire the beautiful crafted wood and the lines and lines of rope.

  • Warm Wall

    This wall is warm, really warm. On a cold day in autumn we were passing and saw the crawling plant still green and growing. On touching the wall our hands melted and it wasn’t long before we were leaning against it to have a quick warm up before moving onto a cafe. I think this wall is part of the new Oslo gallery, but can’t be sure – google maps hasn’t filled in the blank space yet.

  • Alta Canyon

    This canyon just so happens to b the biggest in Europe!


  • Smorstabb Glacier

    Traveling over the misty mountains in Oppland, the blue glacier was quiet and unassuming, but still hard to miss.

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  • Lom Stave Church

    Lom is a bustling little tourist town with lots of things to see within walking distance. It was surprising to have everything open on a...

  • Senja Fjord

    Senja Island and many great views. Even when the weather is moody, the majesty of the mountains are awe-inspiring.

  • Lavvu Fire

    Waiting for the king crab to be briskly cooked over the wood-fire in the lavvu.

  • On A Dog Sled

    It's fun to drive the team, but it is also great to just lay back in the seat and watch the Arctic pass by.

  • Empty Fjord

    View over the Alta fjord in summer. The tide is out, which means you can walk right out into the middle of the fjord.

  • Trondheim South

    From the tower towards Nidaros Cathedral. The Viking city is both beautiful in the sunshine and under the clouds.