Friday, February 13, 2009

Not quite "Yesterday once more"

Today at 13:54:32

27 comments:

Monica said...

Flott bro det der:)

detroit dog said...

Rune,

Good to see you are feeling better.

My friend Scott had his transplant and is doing well. Visit my Luminous Flux blog for info.

Regards,

Veronica

Tricia said...

Look at that blue blue water! Lovely!

GAWO said...

Supert at du holder oss oppdatert på værfronten.
Er det ikke vakkert nå? Nydelige blåfarger over alt.
Jeg har tatt et bilde fra fjellet du har midt imot. (Vi som bor her vet jo hva det heter :-)
Kanksje jeg bør poste det slik at alle får se broen din fra en annen vinkel.

Tammie Lee said...

Oh! Those colors... the blues of the water and sky with the snowy mountains in between, I just like looking at this scene.

Marie said...

Vakkert!

Ser at du har vore sjuk. Godt at du er blitt bra igjen.

God helg :)

Anne-Berit said...

Blir bare finere og finere vær hos dere ser det ut for,bra det.
Artig å se at det er rørels på fjorden.Fint bilde som alltid.

Jeni said...

Same shot, different day, huh? Amazing, isn't it how something can be the same thing, day after day, and yet -as shown in this picture, so beautiful with the slightest change. From a bit on the gray side to bright and sparkly -great job.

RuneK said...

Så solen har kommet fram hos deg også ja :) Morsomt å se samme bildet i pent vær, pene farger.
God solfylt helg!

PERBS said...

I like the colors but you can't see the bridge as well in this one. Hope you are feeling a bit better today.

Holz said...

What a difference a day makes...! Hope you keep on the healthy side and I bet these pics and blogging are uplifing for your mental attitude.

GAWO said...

Du har godt av litt trim så kom innom bloggen min og bli med meg på en liten tur. Jeg skal ikke gå fort :-)

GAWO said...

... så koselig det var å ha følge av deg på turen.
Og tusen takk for linken til bloggen din og et tidligere innlegg. Det innlegget har meg (merkelig nok) gått glipp av. Kjempefine bilde. Virkelig bra dokumentert. Det er dette jeg liker ved bloggingen. Hoppe litt mellom bloggere og lære av hverandre.

Abe Lincoln said...

What a difference a day makes. Do those mountains have spruce or fir trees on them? Or are they essentially bare of large trees?

I like the top photo the best of the two.

Ida said...

Synger ut kommentaren fra Abe jeg nå: "What a difference a day make....". Tra-la-la.... ;)
Dagen i dag har vært fantastisk fin! Blåtonene fra din dag er nydelige. :)

imac said...

Your weather seems to be getting better.
Hope you are still on the mend -my friend.

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Abe Lincoln said...

I went back, thanks to your link, and took that walk with you in 2008 and learned a lot about your country. I liked the scenery and also was amazed at the small stone house. Thanks for the link.

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

Hi
I havnt been to your blog for a few days and see you were in hospital, hope you are ok now.
I see from your pic that your snow is down to sea level, I would like our snow to melt, it seems like a long winter this year.

Sara Chapman said...

What a difference a day makes! Thrilling contrast between this one and yesterday's scene.

ArneA said...

Satt GAWO til venstre eller høyre for masten. Der er ikke alle som er lokalkjent ver du (dere)
God tur forøvrig

Michele said...

How are you today? I hope all is well. I was a tad worried but I see you are blogging once more so that makes me happy...
I wish you more strength each day and to see these fine photos makes me smile, such amazing color and clarity! Outstanding!
Take care, my friend.

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

wow RuneE,
that looks great how impressive.

Happy weekendwishes and,
Happy Valentine wishes for you , your family and friends, from JoAnn's D Eyes /Holland

Malyss said...

What a light! what a blue!what a breath of fresh air!!
Comparing the two pictures is like playing a game we call here" find the seven mistakes"...
Is it a small lighthouse that can be seen on the rock?

nessabates said...

great colors and beautiful scenery :)

ANNA-LYS said...

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Malyss said...

We must be blogging at the same time!
I like the lighthouses. I used to work on a website about them some years ago . I'm always fascinated by the places where it's possible to find them, by the technical and human means it needed to build them, and by their stories, the lifes they saved, ..that's why my eyes were attracted by this little one.

Barbara Martin said...

Wonderful landscape with the water and the bright sunshine. Good to see you up and about, RuneE.