Ringebu Stave Church (Norwegian: Ringebu stavkyrkje) is a stave church located in Ringebu in Ringebu municipality, Gudbrandsdal, Norway. Built in the first quarter of the 13th century, and dated according to coins found during archeologic surveys.
Ringebu is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vålebru.
Losna Torsgard - Oppland Norway 2013
Musdalen - Gudbrandsdalen
Norway - 2013
Waiting for the storm
A bench beside the river of Stabbursnes in Finnmark, Norway. From my blog post: Stille før stormen - quiet before the storm
Sunset over Gålå. Oppland, Norway 2013
Bridge of Ringebu, Norway
Sarnespollen Finnmark 2011
After a long bicycle ride from North cape, I found a nice camping spot on a small hill.
Bridge of Karasjok
The municipality of Karasjok was established on 1 January 1866 when it was separated from the old Kistrand municipality. Initially, the population of Karasjok was 515. The municipal borders have not changed since that time.
Aurora borealis - Karasjok museum 2011
Oimara - Tromsø
"Oimara" is the name of the ship that has been stranded here for almost 100 years. The ship was built in England, and was used as a russian cargoship. After the revolution in Russia the ship came with refugees from Murmansk to Tromsø. And later was abandoned at Tomasjordneset sometime between 1917-1927