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24158 minutes ago
Here at @reinerorbuer we have just undergone a beautiful refurbishment of many of our traditional fisherman cabins. A blend of modern Scandinavian design has been carefully chosen to compliment the period features.....needless to say you can’t improve on the views 🤷🏼♂️ #reine
2011 hour ago
My first ever visit to Norway - a whistle-stop tour to the island of Senja for a magazine article - and it has been incredible. Feel so blessed. Today I walked up Segla, one of the most beautiful and dramatic mountains I've ever climbed. Stunning. Sheer cliffs plunging into the fjord. Wow. 😍
To ona - moja ukochana Ola ❤️ Każdy powinien mieć w życiu taką osobę, która zawsze będzie wsparciem, ale równocześnie największym krytykiem, dzięki któremu starasz się być coraz lepszy 😍
Kocham Cię @olathetwin ❤️ dziękuje, że jesteś i że ze mną wytrzymujesz 🤪
Jeżeli macie swoja drugą połówkę to doceniajcie ją każdego dnia ‼️ A jeżeli nie, to na pewno na was też kiedyś przyjdzie pora 😘
4811 hour ago
If I had to choose, I'd say June and December are my two favorite months in Norway. The month the sun doesn't set and the month it never rises - I guess I like extremes? #3 would be February and #4 August 😊 What's your favorite month where you live?
Rowing boat on Lovatnet
That turqoise water lookes kind of unrealistic. But, in deed, if I would have changed that color to more blueish, that would have been unrealistic, cause the water is what it is: turqouse. Amazing... ----- ✒tlog 017
My thoughs about instagram
Instagram is a nice platform to share pictures with friends (obviously🙄). I use it as my own photo-album. The other great thing is, that you (from time to time) get in touch with other photographers. You can start some discussions, learn from others, get some inspirations. That is, what instagram is all about... for me. Nothing less, nothing more.
I am pretty pissed about all that hunting for likes and followers and all that stuff. Don't get me wrong. I do enjoy, if people like my work and follow (If they really like it. Not just for follow, unfollow f*ck). So if you like my pics, please like them, sure 😜. And yes, I enjoy, when other insta accounts support my work. Which is crazy, because I do not like that "Look, how cool I am" stuff. A bit irritating? You are right I know 🤪
Instagram, in my opinion, too often is not about quality content. It is about, how good you can manage the algorithm. Why do people buy likes? Why hashtagging things like these "likeforlikes" things? Is there a need to get fake likes to feel better? To define themselves about likes? That is a pretty sad thing.
Do not get me wrong, there are tons of great potographers out there, that deserve their popularity, because their work is great.
So, why don't "we all" get out, away from mobilphone and computer, take pictures, enjoy the nature, no matter if being an amateur photographer or a pro. Enjoy it, post these pictures, if you want to, get in contact with other people, learn from them. Just enjoy, and stopp thinking, likes on insta are the real world.
(3/3) After a morning walk on Lovund we continue towards Svartisen glacier. The long days seem to have taken their toll (or was it that whisky we had to celebrate crossing the Arctic Circle?🤔), as at the end of the day, when we're finally sailing our sleepy heads into a fjord.... it turns out to be the wrong fjord 😂 Determined to sleep next to a glacier that night, there was no other option than to just keep going for another 4 hours. Luckily the skipper is also a great chef, so we had a lovely lasagna while making our way into one of the most scenic fjords 😍 On our 'rest' day we hiked up 1100m to get an amazing view over the glacier, fjord, and the Norwegian Sea! From here, it's only two very cruisey days up to Bodø, with a nice anchorage in between at this peaceful island where we enjoyed the hot, Arctic summer and watched some eagles. Coming back to a city was very weird, so crowded and loud, but the hot shower was a very welcome luxury 😅
3713 hours ago
📍 Bergen , Norway 🇳🇴
✔️Interesting facts :
🔸Bergen's original name was Bjørgvin. Bjørgvin was the original Norse name for the city. In fact in Icelandic and Faroese – two languages that still resemble Old Norse to an extent – the city is still referred to as Björgvin. Around one hundred years ago, a campaign to reintroduce the original name failed. However, the Diocese of Bjørgvin has since adopted the name.
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