Monday, June 13, 2011

Norwegian rustic reds


Pentecost is celebrated with a double holiday in Norway.
Most people relax in rural surroundings since all shops are closed.
Gunnar and I have used the liberty of exploring the North county of Rogaland in our Land Rover, so very well fit for traveling in the countryside.
Here we are at an abandoned quay by an old store.
If you look closely, you can see the water and the hill reflected in the dirty window panes.

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12 comments:

Amrita said...

Wow this is such a gorgeous sight an d you found it on Pentecost Sunday, a double blessing.

I really like reading how Christian beliefs and traditions are upheld in Norway, this is wha t makes your nation so great. Having a Biblical foundation.

Steve E said...

FELISOL! Is the motorcycle (reflected) your? Looks 'cool'...

Nice photo, inspiring: age of the windows/building and the abandonment. Like some old Peeps, who are just left alone...in an empty place. Thank you!

Liz said...

Great find for ruby.

My RUBY link.

Luna Miranda said...

i like the weathered, rustic feel of this wall. great find for Ruby Tuesday

Mirage said...

Such beautiful bright reds!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You have a little of everything in this photo, Felisol: red and sky and mystery and intrigue!


DAWN TO DUSK

Yellow’s the color I wear at dawn
When dancing dewdrops spangle the lawn.

Red is the color I wear at dusk
When earth and sky are dry as a husk

And nothing stirs—not even a wing
Of bat or swallow or anything!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Kuan Yin Temple

Gemma Wiseman said...

Great old window! And love the textures on that wall!

nonizamboni said...

Love the reflections and the weathered reds.I can tell who the Norwegians are here in Minnesota by the red they display around their houses!
Nicely done.

Crown of Beauty said...

Lovely photo, dear Felisol.

The reflection on the window panes is beautiful as well.

Are there still people living in the house?

I imagine that you must have taken some food along on your trip, found a quiet spot, spread out your cotton tablecloth on the grass, and had a picnic, just for two!

Love
Lidj

Robin said...

What a wonderful shot. That old paint is so full of character, and I love that the harbor is reflected in the window.

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Sonja said...

Your photos are art, and I really like this one. My daughter in law just bought an old window that looks like this, and she is a interior designer, so it will be fun to see what she does with it.

Sounds like a perfect day, out in the land rover enjoying Norway! :)

xo

Terry said...

yes, you can clearly see the water and the hill, as well as the nice bushy tree and all under a clear blue sky felisol and it is such a pretty, serene sight so peaceful that the dirty window panes, i scarcely notice.
what a rich red colour around that window frame!
just a beautiful picture felisol that god has given to you and gunnar as you travel the country side!
i don't know what pentecost is and so i will have to google it!
hope you had a great ruby tuesday!
love terry