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Old May 5, 2010, 2:33 AM   #1
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Default Spring-weather in Scandinavia

Finally we have some sun shining on the by now bare ground. All the snow is gone and everybody is buisy enjoying the warmth as nature is re-juveniling itself. Mind you, yesterday we experienced a short re-laps with a full day of sleeth and rain, but that's only temporay. Spring is on the winning side.



Noting seriouse really, just a 'snap' of a typical Norwegian scene. Happy to beeing able to shoot "green" landscapes again....


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Old May 5, 2010, 10:46 AM   #2
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So very nice, Walter. Somehow reminds me of summer camping days of my youth.
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Very relaxing and colorful! Nice one.
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Your "snaps" are much better than a lot of "serious" picks. It's nice to see season changes through your photos.
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Old May 5, 2010, 2:40 PM   #5
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I second Gary's comment, glad you are warmer weather!

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Walter... I'm glad it's gettin warmer and greener up there in Norway! This nice shot makes me wanna do a nice little BBQ on the lawn on the left
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I love the shadows playing in the scene. Great composition and excellent rendering!
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So very nice, Walter. Somehow reminds me of summer camping days of my youth.

That's a good sign then, Walter - Good ol' memory-lane....
Thank you for your comment!
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Very relaxing and colorful! Nice one.
Yes, thank you Gary! Relaxing and 'cosy' was what I intended to show her.
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Your "snaps" are much better than a lot of "serious" picks. It's nice to see season changes through your photos.

Thank you for your kind words, Ordo!

You know, I pass that scene almost every day - walking my dog - and usually there is this big, dark-blue estate-wagon parked smack in the middle, where the shadowy spot is between the yellow and the red cottage, ruining a perfectly rural scene.

But this day it was gone and I realized just how peaceful this is without a heap of chrome and blue metal!

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