After visiting during the day I went back at night to try and get some photos of the Cathedral. One of the advantages of being so far north at this time of year is that “night time” is anytime after about 4pm, and by 6 or 7pm it is very dark.Continue reading “Trondheim Cathedral at night”
In the morning I got my gear into my bag and set out for a walk into town. I wasn’t sure where I was going to end up, but went down to the river. There was a lot of snow on the ground, and I had my spikes on my bootsContinue reading “Trondheim by foot”
While I am still working my way through the last two (or three) countries in my SweetChilly blogs, I wanted to take the time to post some photos from a couple of weekends away I’ve managed this year.Continue reading “Aussie Blog – Jindabyne & Kosciuszko”
While I am still working my way through the last two (or three) countries in my SweetChilly blogs, I wanted to take the time to post some photos from a couple of weekends away I’ve managed this year. I was supposed to have been to Canada and Japan this year, those trips will have to wait for now.
I hadn’t taken any leave since early January, and it was really nice to have just one night away during a long weekend, and to head out with the sole purpose of taking photos and enjoying the scenery.Continue reading “Aussie Blog – Temora”
It was a fairly early start again. I dragged my suitcase through the snow to the train station. The train from Oslo to Trondheim wasn’t as long as the one I caught in to Oslo, it was only three carriages long.
The trip is a little over 7 hours, with a few stops along the way at some small, regional stations. Staring out the window at the snow-covered landscape was a fantastic way to pass the time, while also editing photos.Continue reading “Train to Trondheim”