Went for a walk :)

Was flat light today so hard get colours on the pictures today. Mountains can be very grey and colour less this time a year but I hoep you enjoy them :)

I live way down with the fjord ! And the city on the other side is Molde :)

Thought I post a self portait to :))

Sheila the Great Thinker

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      2011.11.05 Edited

      This is another beautiful place. N6-7 are really great (for me). You go for a walk, I make a journey... who knows, perhaps we meet together.... :)
      By the way... I like your legs on N3 :-)

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      2011.11.05 Edited

      A very nice self-portrait ... Are you the "elfe" of the hills ?
      Would be pleasant to walk with you also ... :-))

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      2011.11.04 Edited

      Difficult yes, I agree Eva, but the light of this day gives to your set this sensation of destruction of the landscape and doubtless the humor!!! But I like what I see

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      2011.11.04 Edited

      The 'flat light' gave the set a real atmosphere, just fabulous :) I love your dogs!! The self-portrait is great ;) Beautiful set.

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      2011.11.04 Edited

      So wonderful, glad you're walk was a great one~ From the looks of it, you captured some fabulous landscapes and cute doggie!

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      2011.11.04 Edited

      What a beautiful nature! The dogs are having fun, not like those in cities that have a small flower bed.:-)

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      2011.11.04 Edited

      Oh Liz... I LOVE it!!!!!!
      These views are breathtaking.. especially #6 and #7 Those reflections are...well.. are definitely worth stretching a butt muscle ;)) Hahaha...

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      2011.11.04 Edited

      Those glaciar valleys are just amazing and, ...hey,... you're skinny. I love that tree shot and the picture immediately after (awesome reflection).

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      2011.11.04 Edited

      I love that second photo...it has to do with its depth... a far reaching achievement.
      The foreground acts as a colourful support to the ever increasing distance between you and the mountains.