Inspired by Geiranger



Summer is equivalent with tourist season were I come from. As September is not fare away, the small community slowly goes to rest, and finaly almost into hibarnation during the winter months, many would say. I like the winter though,  it’s so peaceful and quiet with plenty of time to relax and let the creative mind work. In fact what I like the most about living in the countryside is the clear changes of the seasons. Not only do the nature change in colors, but the tasks changes as well.

For those of you that might have spendt a few days or even only a few houers in Geiranger during the summer, here are a few paintings to help keep the memories alive, and maybe tempt some others to visit another time. For more photo inspiration for your next holiday experience in Norway; simply google Geiranger, images!

Have a nice day everyone!


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