We have been crossing Sognefjellet several times, but never when it has been all covered in snow. The road over the mountain pass is more than 1400 meters high and are closed during winter. The road opened the weekend before Easter this year, and we used the opportunity to take a look, and to take some photos to share with you all. Hope you enjoy them as much as we do.
Think about a place where you can connect with nature through silence, through beauty and introspection. Think about a place and time where the very end of Autumn meets the very beginning of a long winter. Think of a time, tinted in black, white and gray, where there is just you and that companion feeling you tried to hide underneath your skin instead of indulging in it…
~ Melancholy. ~ It calls for you right here, in this collection of photographs we took in Hedmark a week ago.
Tyin is a lake at slightly above 1000 meters over sea level in Oppland county in Norway. The lake and the area is a part of Jotunheimen National Park. We where there in the middle of September as a part of our road trip.
The first couple of photos are from the road leading up to the lake.
Just a quick and unscheduled post this time as the photos was taken in the middle of the day yesterday while we where driving from Langvatnet over to Gerianger. Photos from Geiranger and more will come later.
Ten years ago, on a beautiful sunny morning, we went for a walk at Neshaugen, a small place in Hemne. Our neighbour village today, it was the place where Ove grew up.
What better place to start than home?
May this be the first of many posts showing our photographic adventures!