The intricate carvings Inside the stave church….. yes the minister is real.
Have you contiplated honey? Here, in Norway the honey has a very piney undertone. I wasn’t sure about it the first time I put it in my cup of tea. It grew on me, I am impressed, I liked it. The bees are apparently gathering the majority of nectar from the abundance of evergreens. Unlike the flavor of the clover honey that is in the supermarket. This honey has a decidedly pungent taste that you will never forget. The honey that comes from wildflowers has the essence of a spring meadow. I think that honey is like wine, there are many that are to be cherished and revered. Here’s a challenge to me and you. Stop at local stands, try their locally grown honey, enjoy the regional differences. Some are better suited for peanut butter and some are better for tea. I wonder if I can get some home to the US.
Beautifuly handcrafted and still around after 900 years. Do we build this kind of stuff now?
On one the sites I view is a quote that I needed to share. This came from Photographic Fanatic Magazine. It puts me in a different frame.
Photographers are violent people. First, they frame you. Then they shoot you. Then they hang you on the wall. Anonymous