In the land of snow and mountains

I’m off to Norway again for a film shoot. (Lucky me, I do have a fun job!)

If you remember, I was in Roros – up in the mountains in northern Norway – in April as well.

It snowed a lot.

And the icicles were like perfect crystals against old wood.

We will be staying in the same hotel as last time – a fabulous renovated old wool factory.

It doesn’t look much on the outside, but the rooms are wonderful.

(So is the food.)

The picturesque streets are dotted with deliciously bright buildings – most are about 300 years old –

And antique stores.

You can just about see my reflection in the corner of this shot.

It will probably be snowing again this week.

But don’t worry about me – I’ll be in heaven!

For more cool worlds, please visit: Our World.

As I’ll be away for most of the week, I won’t be able to get around to all of your blogs. But thank you so much for your visit!

82 thoughts on “In the land of snow and mountains

  1. What a wonderful look at a bit of Norway and what a fun job you do have indeed! I do love your captures for the day!! I do enjoy visiting old cities like this on and your photos are the next best thing to being there!! Hope you have a great week.


  2. Wow–what a great job you have, Fiona. I’d love to visit Norway…. Wonder if you’ll find snow now???

    Love your April pictures, especially the first two showing the snow and icicles.

    Have fun!!!!


  3. This looks like a very charming town, and the pictures from your last visit are marvelous. I look forward to seeing more beautiful pictures from this town (with or without the snow).


  4. Beautiful photos, that looks like a great place to go. But even at our house more than 2km above sea level, this is late for snow!


  5. Oh! that sounds and looks like a great place to stay when you are in that old town! 🙂 I passed through in May on my way back to oslo.. 🙂 But unfortunately we didn’t stop as it rained a LOT and we had too short a time to make a stop.. :/

    enjoy your time in heavenly Røros! 🙂


  6. Enticing captures Fi. Thanks for sharing this beautiful part of the world with us and bringing back some happy memories of a visit there so long ago. Sounds like you have a fascinating job and great that you get to travel. I bet Oscar misses you!


  7. Oh Røros is a place where I could live . During the few days I stayed there, I took many photos and like you, I was absolutely overwhelmed by the wonderful wooden houses with roofs consisting of seven layers of turf. You probably saw the miners’museum. I was fascinated by the way these people worked. Have a great time!


  8. These are beautiful photos, Fiona. The first two look like I can touch them and feel the grain of the wood. They move me physically, and for me that is the sign of an excellent photo. 😀 Enjoy your trip!


  9. be still my heat – snow!!! oh I wish I could tuck away in your suitcase for this one. these photos are superb in every way. happy trip to you, and safe travels.


  10. Ok now I’m envious. Can you share your job with me please? I’ll love it if you could pack me in your suitcase or hide me in your plane cargo too! 🙂 Enjoy! Share your trip with us when you’re back!


  11. Love that last shot…not exactly sure what I’m looking at. You seem to be in there and then there’s a bird cage that appears to be suspended in air…very cool! It must be a reflection.


  12. oh, everything there looks cold, cold. but you picture the scenes lovely, as always… i hope they have plenty of hot chocolate and coffee and muffins and soups, haha, so you won’t shiver too much… btw, is the climate (and temperature) in Norway more or less the same as Sweden’s? both Sweden and Norway a lot colder than your London, Ms. Lady Fi? bother to answer my senseless prattles when you’re less busy. 🙂

    kick ass in your project and enjoy your stay. warm regards. 😉


  13. It’s just so hard to imagine snow anywhere in the world when it’s in the 90’s here… hope you take lots of falling snow shots, I love to watch snow fall! =)


  14. It’s interesting to see that you are having snow there Fi. I would have thought that it was summer now? I enjoyed your pictures – Dave


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