Being relatively close to where we live, the Nidaros Cathedral (Nidarosdomen) its a building we return to quite often. Every time we come there, we discover more details and hidden treasures that we haven’t noticed before.
When most people go to see the Gothic Cathedral in Trondheim, they only look at the front. Nothing wrong with that, but the building has so much more to offer. After spending some time at the front, please have a walk around it too.
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When I was looking through our archive here the other day, I came across these photos. They where taken many years ago and no post processing has been done to them, just jpeg straight out of the camera. Sometimes the nature gives us something so special and unreal, we can hardly believe it, and the only thing we can say is WOW!
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A helicopter was flying up and down to a new cell phone antenna, finishing their work and taking equipment back from the hill, when I decided to take some shots with the Nikkor 200-500 f/5.6 VR on the Nikon D750. Enjoy!
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On our previous post, we have shared photos we took from Trondheim, about 10 years ago. It’s impossible not to celebrate the beautiful Nidarosdomen or Nidaros cathedral as one of the most iconic landmarks, if not the most iconic landmark in that small city.
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About 10 years ago we took a day to walk through Trondheim, about one hour by car from where we live. Like many other cities, it is cut by a river, Nidelva. The third biggest city in Norway, with almost 200.000 inhabitants. Established by Olav Trygvason over a thousand year ago.
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Ten years ago, on a beautiful sunny morning, we went for a walk at Neshaugen, a small place in Hemne. Our neighbour village today, it was the place where Ove grew up.
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Late summer, early Autumn last year (2016), sometime around I looked by the window and saw a great opportunity on what became a beautiful sunny day. A thin layer of frost covered the landscape and marked the end of the flowers in our garden.
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