Good Friday to you!
Here’s the next in our series of photo galleries from our trip to Norway in May. These photos capture my favorite moment of our trip, an early morning 5 kilometer walk—just Dawn and me—through the villages of Flåm and Lunden at the head of the Sognefjord.
Some of my favorite photos are here, too. Enjoy!
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Field and Farm
Close up of the farmhouse
Sheep under the mountain
Village on the Hill
Flåmskul (Flam School) looking South
Flåmskul (Flam School) looking North
Wild Violas in Lunden
Snow melt running through wildflowers
Flåmkirke, ca. 1677. Still in use.
Dawn ♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎ Norway!
A cottage in Lunden
Side garden softened like a painting
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4 thoughts on “Photo Friday: Best Walk Ever (Flåm and Lunden, Norway)”
Hi Lon. Thanks for the like on one of my old posts. I love your Friday photos. I haven’t written in a while but eventually will again. This book has really been helpful. I relate to everything in it. I wonder if you have heard of it. Do you recall a church in Texas called redeemer?: http://www.amazon.com/Days-Fire-Glory-Charismatic-Community/dp/0979027977/ref=tmm_hrd_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1405108459&sr=8-2.
Hi, the name of the priest seems vaguely familiar, but I don’t know the story of the church. I read a few of the summaries and reviews on the amazon page. I also never heard of the “Contradict movement”. So, I’m going to read up on that website this weekend (time allowing). Thanks for exposure to that on your blog. And thanks for liking our photos. I love taking them and sharing the good ones.
Nice shots! That is a beautiful little village!
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