Monday, May 30, 2011

Magic of Norway

There is magic in Norway. Some say that it is in the water that trickles down from the mountains, and into the streams and forest lakes, until finally the magic rolls into the sea. You can feel the magic, taste it, see it, and hear it all around you. Sit back and let me show you some magic.




Hopefully this has put you in the mood for my next series on Norwegian Fairytales and Folklore. Hope you enjoy.



10 comments:

Misha said...

Oh wow! The scenery and architecture is so beautiful!

Jeff said...

I am coming for a visit :-)

Suze said...

I particularly like the image at 1.07. Has a very fey quality, actually. Just this morning, my husband posted a fairy blessing to his blog, The Blessing Files, so I already had fairy folk on the brain. Nice to land here on my blog hop and have the promise of more. A wonderful day to you!

Donna K. Weaver said...

Gorgeous!

N. R. Williams said...

Truly beautiful. And, mixed in with all the wonder we had a taste of some humor with a reindeer butt and a native American teepee. Cool.
Nancy
N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium

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Bob Scotney said...

A video that did just that - allowed me to say "Been there, done that." You brought back many memories of my time in Norway, especially Stavanger, Bergen and the Pulpit Rock.

Elisabeth Hirsch said...

Absolutely beautiful!

katie said...

This is SO beautiful! (I hope I make it to Norway someday!) Thanks for sharing this with us!

Michael Di Gesu said...

Which one was your house? I felt right at home with these images. Stunning. Nature is such an amazing thing. But it takes a special person to enrich us all with her country and heritage.

Bro