Skarsvåg is the northern-most fishing village in continental Europe (yes, we live on an island but it’s still considered the top of Europe.) While taking photos yesterday, I had associates with a vacation to Crete. But the arctic temperatures are just a tad cooler at 71 degrees north.
I couldn’t help but take a closer look and snap a few photos when we walked past this abandoned house/cabin… full of stories, secrets, lives led. Black and white seemed fitting.
This was our family’s delightful discovery on last Sunday’s hike. Makes me feel like a kid myself!
Last summer, not long after my husband and I came home from a vacation to Rome, we hiked to Knivskjellodden – the northernmost point of Europe. With the splendor of Rome fresh on our minds, we couldn’t help but smile when we came upon a friendly greeting from some Italian hikers: I hope they enjoyed the NorthContinue reading “From Rome, With Love”
Wind-whipped windows from the abandoned boarding school in Sarnes, Norway.