Visited the beautiful city of Bruges earlier in July and fell in love with its rivers, bridges and architecture. Here´s a gallery with pictures from a boat trip, a visit to the Half Moon Brewery and a guided sightseeing.
Attended a workshop in Bratislava this week and only had a few minutes to walk around and take in the surroundings near the hotel. Here are some pictures from my very brief visit to the Slovak capital.
Beautiful sights, I would like to return someday!
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Tonight, I traveled by train towards Trondheim. As we were rolling out from the train station called Hell (that word has a completely different meaning in Norwegian), I saw that the sunset was particularly beautiful on this summer evening. Here are some mobile pictures caught through the window of the train on our way through Trøndelag.
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Among the reasons why you should check out this festival is its beautiful surroundings. Located at Marinen, between Nidarosdomen and Nidelven, you have an amazing view of Trondheim.
I tried to catch a couple of panorama views yesterday.
On my father’s side, my family originates from a farm that is situated by Bjørnefjorden, a neighboring fjord to the famous Hardangerfjorden. The surroundings are very beautiful, and since I’m longing for summer I thought I would share some pictures I took there last summer.
These pictures are taken with a Sony RX100M3. Maybe I’ll bring a SLR camera this summer so that I can get a clear and focused image of the deer which use our farm for grazing.
It might seem like an obsession, the Norwegian way of celebrating Easter. Seemingly, we all head to the mountains for skiing while eating a ton of oranges. But some of us prefer to remain a city slicker. The slow and comfortable mood of an almost empty town is a nice break from everyday life too.
I took a stroll around Trondheim on Easter Sunday, an official flag day in Norway. These were some of the moments that passed me by.
Each year between 350 and 400 PhD candidates are awarded a doctorate from NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology. These pictures are from before and during the Doctoral Award Ceremony on Friday March 11 2016. This ceremony is held twice every year to honor those who achieve the highest level of education we provide.
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