A story from my countryside life.

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  1. Foffen

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    Hi guys.

    As you may have seen from my avatar earlier, I come from Troms in Nothern Norway. Northern Norway is the least populated area in Norway, but almost everyone up here, has the landscapes and nature as a big part of themselves.

    The only city close to my home, is Finnsnes. It has about 8000 citizens. I kno some of you is laughing already, but that's alright.
    I'll just cut to the case..

    In Finnsnes there is a small alpine slope, where I went one night. I am not really happy with any of these shots, but I wanted to tell how a bit more about the place where I live..

    #1: The entire slope, seen from the bottom..
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    #2: At once I pulled up my camera, it seemed everybody got interested in jumping so close to me as possible.
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    #3: This young girl thought I was working for the local newspaper, and she begged me to photograph her.
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    #4: The elevator (is that the right word?) had trouble often, and it gave me the opportunity to take this shoot. These girls though I was working for the news paper as well.. :lmao:
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    .. Every comment is welcome.
     
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    Very nice series, I really like #2 and 3. Thanks for sharing these.
     
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    I like numbers 2 and 3 too!
     
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    you've got some nice scenery where you live. Wish there was mountains like that here
     
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    Hey Foffen, that was an entertaining post. I love the mountain scenery in the background of photo 2.
     
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    Cool shots Foffen. Count me in for 2 and 3 as my faves too.
     
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    Thank you all of you for your comments, they sure means a lot to me.

    Antarctican: I'm very glad that you find it interesting, 'cause I was afraid that this post would bore you.
     
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    Not at all, Foffen. It's always interesting to see what life is like in other parts of the world. And you're from a part (northern Norway) not a lot have seen. I was on a boat that circumnavigated Svalbard in 2004 for 9 days (with lots of landings to see the polar bears and walruses etc). I also had a few days in Oslo beforehand. Other than that, haven't seen much of your beautiful country, but it sure whetted my appetite. So keep posting, my friend.
     
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    Thank you so much. I will keep on posting, I promise. Your words of praise means a lot to me. I bet your trip around Svalbard was worth both the time and the money, - the northern parts of Norway has a lot to offer, I can assure you.
     

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