Tuesday, October 7, 2008

ABC Wednesday - L

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L- for Left behind

In Norway we have a lot of ferries to transport people and vehicles across the fjords. Sometimes I have to drive a bit too fast to get to the ferry in time. Well, I have been left behind several times, but not last week when I had to cross the fjord Trondheimsfjorden. Lucky me :-)

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30 comments:

  1. Huff... blir nesten sjøsjuk jeg...

    Men du?? er det der Hitra??

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  2. Det er så bedrøvelig når en kommer for seint til siste ferja for kvelden! Godt du kom med denne gangen da. Flotte bilder:)

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  3. A well known sight!! The Norwegian coast in a nutshell. Lucky you not to be Left behind!!

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  4. And we are lucky to discover the norwegian coast with you! Thanks for sharing !
    Miss Yves

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  5. I was in Trondheim 2 years ago! But it's a pity I didn't go on the ferry! We were there only a few days. The photos are great!

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  6. L for left behind - how amusing or not really - depends how long you have to wait for the next.

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  7. ferry boats are also important in greece - so many islands need to be serviced by them

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  8. That's better when Left is ahead !

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  9. Og så ble jeg sjøsjuk ikveld og...

    Men du for noen vakre, værbitte bilder du har under her da. Låvetrapp, det er det lenge siden jeg har sett du ;0)

    Takk for titten;)

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  10. Her er noen bra fotoblogger til deg Ivar, fra folk jeg kjenner:

    http://brutusbloggar.blogg.se/
    http://terjehelleso.wordpress.com/
    http://roywildphoto.blogspot.com
    http://villmarksbilder.blogspot.com
    http://www.wild-wonders.com/blog/
    http://skolaiimages.com/journal/

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  11. ååååå, nå får jeg hjemlengsel...!

    der har jeg venta mange timer på ferga gitt!

    med halve slekta på andre sia av fjorden har det blitt mange turer med ferga :)

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  12. Heh... Fantastic take on the L. You are clever and the photos are wonderful!!!
    Mountain Retreat

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  13. Lovely photographs, it is more than forty years since I stayed and worked in Norway, but a wonderful place.

    Ray

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  14. God ide og flotte bilder, Ivar!

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  15. What beautiful waterways you cross!

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  16. LOL! Glad you don't always get left behind. ;-)

    Paz

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  17. It's been years since I was on a ferry--it wasn't nearly a pretty a location, either!

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  18. That is a beautiful shot. I love how you totally thought outside the box for "L".

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  19. Hi there, I love your photos of the ferries, we have a lot of ferries and fjords here also...your photos are stunning..thanks.

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  20. i think, that you have wonderful landscapes and seascapes there. very beautiful shots

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  21. Beautiful shots of the coast and ferry. It's interesting to discover ways of getting around in different places, like the ferry ride in Norway or the trains in Mumbai ;0)
    Goa has ferry rides and it's sad to be left behind by just a minute or so.

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  22. Nice photography. I haven't been on a ferry like this for many years. It was nice to see one again.

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  23. I'm glad you weren't left behind! It would be very frustrating to watch the ferry leave without you.

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  24. How Lucky for us that you were not Left behind so you could take these Lovely photos to share with us on ABC Wednesday Letter L.

    Bear((( )))

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  25. Ivar: I don't know how I missed this. Those are really neat shots from the boat.

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  26. Jeg mener bestemt at jeg var med den ferjen i sommer.
    Ingen fare å komme forsent til en ferje. Det går da en ny. Og når en kjører MC er det alltid kos med en stopp. Blir den lang kommer termosen fort fram.

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  27. What a great L picture : )! I hope you don't get left behind for a while!

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