View of Trollabærtjørn below Bynuten

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Amelia Royan on June 19, 2009

Hello dear Mira, the little branch is part of the ubiquitous birch trees which cover this area. Apparently there is also a lot of that red moss, you remember, which I have just read is a rare coastal moss, but I still haven't identified it. We didn't see any elk, I think that might be a winter sighting :))

My knees are fine - old age and too much kneeling to get the macro photos :))

Greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on June 19, 2009

Hi Theolfa, I only get the odd twinge now and again, and this was very rocky terrain, so it wasn't surprising that we had to give up. It'll be knee supports next time - but I won't be wearing shorts ;D

Amelia Royan on June 19, 2009

Hi Scally, it is very like Scotland, and that's why I love it. I like the story about the "weed". The slopes here are just covered in birch, I hope your garden isn't - it seeds like mad :))

Cheers to Scotland from Norway, Amelia

Amelia Royan on June 19, 2009

Good evening Benni, glittering water and dark grey skies are such a common sight in Norway, and I'm pleased you like them.

Now to confuse everyone else ...

Greetings to the pot in Germany, Amelia :))

k040 on June 19, 2009

Hello, Amelia: I answer now to your comment above from this morning. Yes, I know, if people talk about Norway, they mean hughe mountains, fjords...

I've scanned two pics for you from my norway-holidays - 30 years ago!

Greetings, Klaus

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    by Amelia Royan
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