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Ole Henrik Skjelstad - Bing Immagini

The Home Alone Bridge in Central Park by Ole Henrik Skjelstad on

Bird Phoenix - Pinned by Mak Khalaf You won't believe it before you see it. Landscapes NorgeNorwaybirdboatforestlakephoenixsunsetwater by OleHenrikSkjelstad

Ole Tobias Olsen (1830-1924). Norwegian photographer, collector of folktails and tunes,  school pioneer, psalmwriter, organist, vicar, mayor and engeneer, also known as the father of the northern Norwegian railway, photographed farmer and former mayor of Mo i Rana, Holger Olsen Enget  probably around 1870.

Ole Tobias Olsen (1830-1924). Norwegian photographer, collector of folktails and tunes, school pioneer, psalmwriter, organist, vicar, mayor and engeneer, also known as the father of the northern Norwegian railway, photographed farmer and former mayor of Mo i Rana, Holger Olsen Enget probably around 1870.

Подборка смешных, не очень и просто красивых фотографий (104 фото)

Snake Valley - Vøringsfossen is located at the top of Mårbødalen on the western slopes of Hardangervidda. A blend of four exposures. Focus stack for the foreground. to smooth the water in the waterfall. And an exposure for the sky.

Borgund Stave Church in Lærdal, Norway

Borgund Stave Church in Lærdal, Norway, Northern Europe .old Viking-style Northern European style wood church/building

Dragestil ("Dragon Style") is a style of design and architecture that was widely used in Scandinavia principally between 1880 and 1910. It is a variant of the more embracing National Romantic style and an expression of Romantic nationalism.

Dragestil ("Dragon Style") is a style of design and architecture that was widely used in Scandinavia principally between 1880 and It is a variant of the more embracing National Romantic style and an expression of Romantic nationalism.

This is the part of Flåm that most of the tourists don't go to unless they're riding their bikes through on the Rallarvegen. A very cute little town as seen through the window of the Flåmsbana.

This is the part of Flåm that most of the tourists don't go to unless they're riding their bikes through on the Rallarvegen. A very cute little town as seen through the window of the Flåmsbana.

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