The sun rises at 3 AM in June here in Trondheim and offers a spectacular view.
Three nightswimmers entered my frame just as I was trying to capture the view from Skansen bridge. I think they added a great mood to the picture.
The winter months offers some amazing sunsets in Trondheim. These were some of the views that met me while I was walking along Nidelven this afternoon.
Trondheim shows itself from its very best side during the month where the trees change their color. Of course we love the summer months, but when the air turns crisp and the autumn colors erupt out my hometown truly is a spectacular scene.
Here’s a gallery I photographed while I strolled along Nidelven on a clear autumn day. I also included a mobile picture of my view from the office this morning.
The Pstereo Festival celebrated their 10th anniversary on August 18-20 2016. As usual one stops to relish the beautiful surroundings of the festival area, and also get to see great music acts. Sigur Rós, Highasakite, Veronica Maggio, Deafhaven, Beach Slang, Snøskred, Bendik and Dumdum Boys were among the highlights.
These were moments I chose to memorize from this year’s festival – shot with my compact camera. Click on the images if you want to enlarge them.
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.
The newest bridge over Nidelven is Verftsbrua (Shipyard Bridge) or Bomsterbrua (Flower Bridge), as it is called colloquially. It connects Brattøra and Nedre Elvehavn, is 125 meters long and has a great view of Nidelven, Trondheims blue vein.
This picture is taken with my mobile camera.
Last weekend I was at Ladehammeren, which is one of Trondheims open air areas for the public 71 meters above sea level. If you visit Trondheim you should definitely stop by. It offers a great view of the city and its fjord, and also an amazing sculpture by the German sculptor Rolf Schaffner.
View of Trondheim and Trondheimsfjorden from Ladehammeren.
Equilibrio Nord, by Rolf Schaffner.