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Morning Traffic – posted December 10, 2018, by Seenorway

Sharing this stunning photo by Seenorway, published December 10, 2018, via Seenorway blog.

Narrative that accompanied the post – 

Norwegian-

Nei, dette er ikke et bilde fra en sur bilkø på en fredags morgen, men et bilde av en ny dag som gryr,- dog med noen tydelige signaler om andre som har vært langtg tidligere oppe enn meg. Og når jeg sier ‘oppe’, ja så mener jeg høyt oppe – antagelig på ca 30 000 fot – hvor solens aller første stråler lyser opp i hvite kondens-striper på himmelen!
Det kommer til å bli en fantastisk dag. Ikke kast den bort på tull . . . !
Hva med å besøke en god venn som du ikke har sett eller snakket med på lenge?
En som kanskje ville blitt sittende alene om det ikke var for nettopp din visitt!?

English-

No, I’m not giving you a picture from one hopelessly long caravane of cars on the highway on a dreary friday morning! Instead I’m giving you a picture from a fresh new day rising over the horizon! But – with  clear indications that a lot of people has been up for a long time already. And when I say ‘up’ I mean ‘really high up’ – something like 30 000 feet up –
leaving us with contrails being slightly colored by a new fabulous day!
Please don’t waste it !
How about visiting an old friend that you have not seen or spoken to in a long time? 
A friend that might be left all alone if it had not been for your visit?

All credit goes to-Seenorway as shown below-

Compliments of SRB)
Please return me to  INDEX  for a new picture/destination.P

About Seenorway

‘See Norway’ vil i fremtid befatte seg med å vise bildereportasjer fra byer, kommuner og tettsteder rundt i Norge. ‘See Norway’ will take pride in showing you picture reports from communities and settlements throughout Norway.

Contact: post@roby.no

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-Eugenia

image – property of Seenorway

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