Forest Stream

With some lovely sunshine yesterday I decided to go for a hike through a part of the local Kanadaskogen forest I hadn’t been to before.  As ever the forest in the sunlight was a beautiful sight but as I wandered through the ever-changing vista of the woods I discovered a small stream which, thanks to the recent rains, was full of water.  The stream was also glistening wonderfully in the sunlight as it rushed over the rocks and boulders between mossy, tree filled banks and was almost irresistibly beautiful.  I followed it downstream for several hundred metres, getting as close as I could to the water without going face-first (or worse, camera-first) into the rushing, tumbling current before it emptied into the lovely lake, Bjørndalsvatnet.  Enjoy…

23 thoughts on “Forest Stream

  1. I know nothing better than to follow a stream. There is something optimistic about water flowing. Perhaps I unknowingly associate with vigor and life skills.

    ‘Using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered the first Earth-size planet orbiting a star in the “habitable zone” — the range of distance from a star where liquid water might pool on the surface of an orbiting planet.’

    Water is the key to life ❤

    Great pictures ⭐ 🐻

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        1. Ironically the part of the phrase, ‘uisge’, which became transformed into whisky in English is the part that means water. He he he 😀

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          1. Lol that’s mad I’m originally from Glasgow lol. I have only moved down to Nottingham in the last few years. It is a great camera but I am trying to show it can be done on a budget but think so far your doing a better job lol. What made you move over to Bergen?

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            1. Well, I haven’t had a proper look at your blog yet so I can’t comment on that. As for moving here well that’s all down to she who must be obeyed! Where in the Big G you from?

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