The Sun and me –

See Norway - Se Norge

Det er intet som påvirker naturen som vår sol. Direkte eller sekundært!
Og siden solen alltid synes å være der uansett årstid, så har den nok blitt av en gjenganger i mine foto-reportasjer. Og jeg tilstår det gjerne: Jeg liker å lete etter best mulige solnedganger for dere. Selvsagt tar jeg også til takke med soloppganger, men – de har en uvane med å komme stadig tidligere utover sommeren og derfor blir det mindre av dem! 🙂  Men igår så det lovende ut. Og jeg var tidlig på plass slik at intet skulle gå tapt, men – det gjorde det nesten! (At jeg aldri lærer?)
There’s  nothing that affects our planet Earth like the sun! Directly nor secondary! And since the sun more or less always seems present in the sky, photos from sunsets (or sunups) has become a ‘regular occurance’ on this blog.  And I readily confess: I…

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  9 comments for “The Sun and me –

  1. 03/27/2017 at 10:40 am

    Thanks a lot! Hope to see a lot of your friends visiting from time to time!

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    • 03/27/2017 at 11:05 am

      Me too! I have seen some very nice compliments on your photos every now and then but I expected more. Of course, some just do a drive thru by giving a like rather than take the time to comment.

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      • 03/27/2017 at 11:25 am

        I’ve blogging actively since 2005 and I have concluded that 90% of bloggers (visiting me or elsewhere) A: Do not bother to follow published links; B: Do not bother to comment; C: 80% Do not bother to leave a ‘Like’, but they are out there – lurking in the shaddows! 🙂
        So I have completely terminated the publishing og links giving background information to my pictures. I know it reduces the value of my blog, but it’s simply not worth the time invested.
        If this mis how they want it, thats how they’ll receive it.

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      • 03/27/2017 at 12:31 pm

        Yep, you nailed it with your comment. With that said, I just received a nice comment on the reblog I just shared. Some people do take the time to comment. I feel a lot of it is, people don’t have the time.

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  2. Cory Melancon
    03/27/2017 at 12:12 pm

    Love this really excellent stuff

    Like

  3. 04/02/2017 at 11:10 am

    I totally agree with you. I’m a sun bug too! ~✿~ღ~✿~

    Like

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