Categories Uncategorized Wordless Wednesday – Lake path Post author By Keera Ann Fox Post date September 9, 2009 9 Comments on Wordless Wednesday – Lake path Wordless Wednesday Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags Bergen, nature, photos, wordless wednesday By Keera Ann Fox I am a bi-lingual American who has lived most of my life in Norway. Jeg er en tospråklig amerikaner som har bodd mesteparten av mitt liv i Norge. View Archive → ← Train spot → This is good 9 replies on “Wordless Wednesday – Lake path” This is beautiful, I love the serenity in the picture due to the smooth, gentle lines of the shore. LikeLike Beautiful! Where is this? LikeLike Thansk, Protege and ~Tim!Bergen is surrounded by mountains and they are criss-crossed by trails and walking paths, used by exercise buffs and families with strollers alike. You're looking at a path along Storevatnet (Big Pond) on Sandviksfjellet (Mt. Sandy Cove, named after the actual sandy cove at its feet). LikeLike Oh, that's gorgeous! I think it is one of your best photos yet — definitely in the top 10! LikeLike Just noticed it's already Friday over there. Here in the US, 9/11 is now \”patriot day,\” whatever the hell that means. Blah. I'll be hiding from the media this weekend… LikeLike Thank you so much, Alice! Re 9/11: Calling it \”patriot day\” reminds me of old East Block memorials which are very fond of using \”patriot\” or \”patriotic\” in their titles. Makes me think of \”Animal Farm\”. The US seems to be turning into the sort of country it used to criticize. LikeLike Exactly. Ick. LikeLike Ah, Keera, thank you for your comment on my today's post and for clarifying the name of the flower for me! It is \”Heather\”of course; I thought \”heath\” sounded strange but I could not find the correct translation.;))Hope you are having a great Sunday evening.;) LikeLike You're welcome! You weren't too far off: Heath is where heather grows. 🙂 Here's how I've found some translations: For any subject on Wikipedia, there will be languages listed in the left sidebar on that page. Those languages have their own page on the subject. LikeLike Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.