Simple lines and plain white with a touch of added colour in the flowers makes this work really well.
I was in Norway with my camera for a client’s wedding, but had a day or two free to take pictures of the area. I decided not to follow the typical mass tourist route to the Pulpit Rock – Preikestolen – or other local attractions but to walk around the streets seeking interesting images with artistic merit. I have chosen 20 images from one short walk on our first day in Norway in the neighbourhood around the Airbnb basement flat where we were staying ( https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/1125620 )
This window gives us a glimpse of life in Norway
This window with its simple black and white theme looks like a work of art in itself!
These wooden walls and simple designs are worthy of being printed on postcards.
What an amazing house! A little gem with such a creative vision! Love it!
Neat Norwegian houses in a row, bordering the electric railway in Sandnes.
This becomes an abstract art image, by looking at its key components, strong textures and colours.
Details from a house in Sandnes
Blue boat canopies contrast with the yellow flowers in the foreground.
What a view the residents of these houses must have!
I actually climbed up this side of the fjord too, up the Hana Treppen – the steps to a football ground where kids were training, but didn’t manage to get a view down to the fjord due to all the vegetation at the top and other house with their gardens.
These sunflowers appear to be growing wild at the side of the water
Cyclist going past a traditional old house in Sandnes
a delicious little house with decorative ladder with flowers
View of the fjord past an old traditional house in Norway
This colourful café in the pedestrianised shopping centre of Sandnes looks deliciously tempting!
Picture postcard view of Sandnes shopping centre
Tasteful antiques decorate this shop window in Sandnes, Norway.
Tasteful antique shop in Sandnes
Swing dancing outdoors by the marina in Sandnes, Rogaland, Norway