Posted by maggiemyklebust
Posted on January 13, 2013, in all things Norsk and tagged Norway, photos. Bookmark the permalink. 28 Comments.
Maggie, everyone of these photos is brilliant!
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Great photos….thank you for sharing.
Wow … gorgeous …
With a glimpse like that, who wouldn’t want to move right in?
Beautiful! Ok, now when are you going to show us the wintertime photos?
Wow! Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing! Sloan
I was hoping you would continue to share more about Norway, Maggie. These pictures are so beautiful. The little miss at the end is adorable!!
Stunning! Thanks for sharing! What’s the beautiful pink plant? Would it grow in Canada?
Its actually a type of Heather, called Lyng. If it grows here, it should surely grow in Canada
Beautiful! My house has white siding and I think the heather would look spectacular along the foundation. Thanks for the idea.
Beautiful! Lucky you to live in such a lovely country!
Great photos, Maggie. What beautiful places I could just visualise myself partaking in that wine sitting near the water
absolutely gorgeous Maggie!!!!
I loved your pics Maggie
Absolutely gorgeous and stunning – what a beautiful place to call home. I hope to call it a beautiful place to visit someday!
Love everyone of them . Thanks
Delightful everyday scenes that add up to a sense of clean and fresh and unspoiled – thanks for adding to my inner picture of Norway and the way of life there
Beautiful pics, Maggie! Do share more SOON!
You make me homesick for a home I barely know. Nice pics!
each and every one, my favorite but #4 took my breath away!! and a great shot and perspective on the little one. you are blessed maggie…..the best part is, you know it!!
Long time luker…. You have some beautiful photos! Love them.
Thanks, I appreciate you stopping by…
What an exquisite country, a dream to the eyes, so colorful!
Well, we do have our gray days too. I just don’t take pictures on those days… Thanks for stopping by!
Photos give the impression of a moment which we translate into eternity
It is nevertheless nice to capture it and treasure for the gray days to come…
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