Nice pics mate! it is nice to see that horrible time of year gone... may it never return
Well, its snowing again now, even though its 3c, so its still cold in the air above us. This year i hardly belive the snow will stay long. We have had few of snow, so it does not take too long before it melts. But with an average among of snow the snow can last to june in the forsts, on the most hidden places. The snow survives to july sometimes if you go up to 400-500m.kjetilab said:Nice pictures. For how long will you have snow up there approx?
Last year we was up to 25ºc in april, the last week of it. Perhaps it happends this year as well!Ita Simpsone said:Thank you for nature photos ! I hope, you will have 20°C in Leksvik in this month
Leksvik isn't a city, though most cities in Norway is surrounded by scenery as this! But you're always welcome to live here!DLL_4ever said:Ahhh.. looking at the photos of my flat, horribly boring tiny little town and then looking at your photos of one of the most beautiful mountain-covered cities in Norway just makes me depressed...
Yes, thats Mosvikantenna, at the border between Leksvik and Mosvik. The antenna is over 100m as far as i know, but i don't know exactly how tall it is, even though i've been searching for it a long time, i better talk to somebody soon which really knows more about it.kjetilab said:OMG! The first one was stunning! Beautiful picture.
In the third pic, there's a tall mast of some kind, what is it exactly? And does it belong on the ssp diagram
Thanks, yes thats downtown, or a part of it, not the retail and shopping area around the main square, you can see just some large factories in the western part of the village. Looks pretty grey and sad now though, but thats how it looks like on this time of the year!mlm said:Amazing photos Christian.
Specially love this one:
Is that "downtown Leksvik" in that 3rd last photo?