I would of course like to thank the Lensblr staff for approving my membership application, as well as for reblogging several of my photographs prior to now.
I would also like to thank, once again, everyone who has supported me by following this blog and liking and reblogging my work thus far. Thank you all!
And last but not least, welcome to all my new followers!
Thank you for answering my last question! :) Can you speak norwegian? Do you need this there, or is it also enough to speak english? I want to go there some day. But first just for holiday :D
No problem at all!
I can speak Norwegian, because I study it at university, along with Viking History and the Old Norse language, and also some Finnish language.
However, you will be absolutely fine using English in Norway. Nordic people speak English very well, I believe it is taught in schools from the time they are around 7 years old. Only very old Nordic people will have no knowledge of English whatsoever now, and the Nordic languages are not widely spoken, so communicating with foreigners in English is something they are used to.
They will definitely appreciate it if you attempt to speak their language though, so maybe take a phrasebook and give it a try!
lachaim replied to your post “I am now a member of the Animal & Nature Network!”
Congrats!! How did you become part of the network?
Thank you! I was approached by one of the existing members, who asked if I would like to join, so of course I said yes!
mal-leokiin replied to your post “I am now a member of the Animal & Nature Network!”
well done :D
I really like your photos! They make me feel like going to norway and never come back... Why do you like this country so much? I wonder why don't you take pic's from UK? :)
Thank you very much! I do of course have some pictures of the UK, but Nordic landscapes is my passion. I have been interested in Nordic history, languages, and culture since I was very young, and have always had a love for dramatic scenery, such as mountains, fjords, heavy snow and especially the Aurora Borealis.
I’m from the South of the UK, and we don’t have a whole lot of that down there, so it’s something I always wanted to experience first hand. I feel that there is often a deep sense of mystery and melancholy in the Nordic lands, which is something I enjoy expressing in my work. I like making my images very dramatic, and I think the Nordic countries suit this kind of mood.
This was a good question, thank you!
The network permanently features some of the best animal and nature blogs on Tumblr, and I am very proud to be a part of it.
Here is a link to the network; I highly recommend you check it out and give some of them a follow! I added a link to my blog itself as well.
Thanks to everyone for the continued support, I’m just an enthusiast who is happy his work is well-received.