White Christmas in Norway

Christmas holidays is here and it’s a perfect time to use the camera. The Weekly Photo Challenge this week is “My 2012 in Pictures”. Some of these photos are grainy because I shot them handheld in low light, which means I had to crank up the ISO.

Check out these images/logos for the Weekly Photo Challenge 2013:




62 thoughts on “White Christmas in Norway

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    • It’s a brown rat. The latin name is Rattus Norvegicus. I have no idea why they named the rat after Norway…
      Do the Norwegians have rat-like features, or is it the rat that has Norwegian features? 😀
      Happy New Year to you too!

      • Hi CG 🙂 I guess you are cooking these days 🙂 My holiday was peaceful – the two days I had off work … I hope the New Year’s Eve and the New Year’s Day will be quiet too …. 🙂 Have a great 2013!

        • Yes I am! I’ve been cooking stuff like Sunday Roast and Salmon Salad Nicoise. I’ll make some Pumpkin Soup today or tomorrow and then Turkey on New Years Eve.
          We brought two huge boxes with vegetables, spices and fish when we went to visit our family. I’m delighted that we have all these days off work. It’s nice to spend time with the family, cooking and relaxing.
          I wish you and yours all the best for 2013. It’ll be an eventful year for sure! 😉

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    • Thanks Angeline. I wish I’d brought my tripod that night, that would have been even better (still searching for those perfect shots).
      Happy new year to you too!

  6. Poor rat! 😦
    ¸.•*¨*•.♪♫♫♪Happy New Year to You & Yours!.♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸ ♥
    ˜”*°•.˜”*°•.˜”*°•.★★.•°*”˜.•°*”˜.•°*”˜” Have a restful weekend!

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    • We hardly ever get the Northern Lights in Oslo where I live. The few times that we do get Northern Lights, we’re all too busy sinking into debauchery to notice…
      I’ve seen it a couple of times when travelling to the North of the country. So, If you want to see the Northern Lights I recommend the North of Norway, or the North of Sweden (the money lasts longer in Sweden).

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