Pretty much sums it up but the scene can change in almost an instant. It’s a comforting thought that the sun always shines above the clouds.
You are supposed to see Floyen and Ulriken from here…
The weather’s plans and people’s plans rarely coincide.
But sometimes you can catch her in a good mood. City center.
Snap from the bus.
Mothers-in-law and beemer owners are universal all over the globe :) Selvfolgelig…
On our way up.
Can you see the little house on the top right?
Felt some G.A.S. on the way up.
Some people, despite the snowfall choose to walk up, and when you reach the top you realize there’s more traffic ’round these parts even at this time of the year than you would have thought (we also hiked up in the summer #neveragain).
There she is. Bergen.
In the summer packed with downhill bikers. Saw a herd (MTB) last year. You can also see bits and pieces of the trail from up here. Off-topic I know.
Ships. “Powered by oil”.
Goat, visitor. Visitor, goat.
As I’ve said, in a galaxy far far away… add a few x-wings and the scene could be mistaken with a scene from Star Wars.
Untouched snowscape porn. Shapes and shadows. Time restrictions, always.
Felt like another planet.
There’s quite a few of these safe-houses or whatever they are.
This guys was like 70 or something and was probably in a better shape.
I guess we were lucky. These scenes don’t last long around here.
Crossed track with some animal’s footprints. Wolf? Fox? Never “met” any wild animals. Four legged ones I mean.
Sunsets look epic from up here pretty much all the time.
Family of 4 or 5 just started the trip to who knows where. Mom, dad plus 2-3 kids. It was already getting dark.
That’s all for now, folks. I plan on posting more often. I do the best I can given my current circumstances.
Hope you enjoyed your stay. Drop a line.
Greetings from Bergen!