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columbine at the cabin
borage at the cabin
african daisy at the cabin
honeysuckle at the cabin
L on top of a mountain
rondane - autumn
moooh - crossing mountains
L near rondvassbu - photographing sheep
røros town - on the world heritage list
mr. A focusing deeply
A securing G. Feeling safe?
mr G traversing
T happy on the first climb of the season
cross spider – araneus diadematus
the raving mad woodpecker – dendrocopos major
yarrow in the "garden"
oregano in the herbgarden
male silver-washed fritillary – Argynnis paphia – on echinacia. I love both. Echinaciae is brilliant for butterflies, and are amazing all autumn.
the cabin - indoors/outdoors
nicotiana leaf. it grew to monsterous propotions, giving a tropical feel with the massive leaves and delishious scent.
prayer flags at the cabin
allium - planted from long-forgotten onion bought at the supermarked
cucumber spider at the cabin – araniella cucurbitina
female scarce copper - lycaena virgaureae
everlasting summer sunsets
a & c
H & Connie
Vassfaret. Possibly a bear hole.
H & Connie going up.
H & Connie on the top.
Connie crossing dangerous waterfall
Connie, not a great swimmer, cools off in a mountain stream.
Lemmings do not commit collective suicide. But they will stop and scream and potentially attack you. I have thought about this, and the only explanation I can come up with, is that they are slow running over the heather. So they can hardly outrun anything. The only option is to stop, scream and potentially bite. And they will bite. Good thing they are the size of a hamster.
Vassfarfjellet. Another stupid place.
Where she should be. Vassfarfjellet
A West Highland Terrier where she belongs
Ars longa vita brevis
Connie follows anyone :)
Rock ptarmigan poo. Lagopus muta
crowberry , Empetrum nigrum
Bear berries, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
yes, they swim.
run? hide? stay?
Exhaused from a day of carnage in the heather.
I think I broke the dog...
panorama from the veranda
tiny dog, big world