Celebrating 17th of May in my old home town, I spotted this beautiful old Volkswagen. The building in the background is the new church, which will be opened later in 2017.
Old car, new church (photo: Jan Nergård)
I felt like sharing a picture showing the old church in the small town where I was born. This picture is from 2007. The church is now gone, it was completely destroyed by a fire in january 2010.
The old church (photo: Jan Nergård)
Norwegians like to live close to nature. Some more than others.
Norwegian country house (photo: Jan Nergård)
These cabins are not easy to spot from a distance. Colors and materials make them disappear in the landscape.
Cabins (photo: Jan Nergård)
On our way home from Lindesnes, we passed Heddal stave church, a masterpiece in wood, built around 1250.
An 800 year old masterpiece (photo: Jan Nergård)
Last week we had a trip to the little town of Lyngdal, on the south coast of Norway. Staying only about half an hour drive away from Lindesnes lighthouse, we had to go and see it. It is located on the southernmost tip of mainland Norway. First lit in 1655 according to
Wikipedia, and still in use.
Lindesnes lighthouse (photo: JJan Nergård)
I am fascinated by these old fences. It cost a lot of work to make one of these. This one looked particularly nice in the sun today.
The old fence (photo: Jan Nergård)