#lfc #ynwa @pontus_alternativeart #ink #tattoos #liverbird  Made by Pontus Jonsson - Alternative Art at Electric Linda's studio in Moss Norway september 2012

#lfc #ynwa @pontus_alternativeart #ink #tattoos #liverbird Made by Pontus Jonsson - Alternative Art at Electric Linda's studio in Moss Norway september 2012

This week I'm back in #moss #norway ... My mum took me #fishing and I have to say it was really fun... but we did not get any fish before there was #wine in the system.... But we Loved it... perfect way to spend the day.. #friends #redwine #fish #boat #travelingteddy  #visitnorway #travelingram #weekendtravel #traveling #instatravel #photooftheday #instaphoto #wearetravellers #beer #homeofbeer #visitmoss #winetime #ørret #fiske #båt #whitewine #fun #champagne #norge #Østfold

This week I'm back in #moss #norway ... My mum took me #fishing and I have to say it was really fun... but we did not get any fish before there was #wine in the system.... But we Loved it... perfect way to spend the day.. #friends #redwine #fish #boat #travelingteddy #visitnorway #travelingram #weekendtravel #traveling #instatravel #photooftheday #instaphoto #wearetravellers #beer #homeofbeer #visitmoss #winetime #ørret #fiske #båt #whitewine #fun #champagne #norge #Østfold

Sunset | A nice sunset in Moss, Norway. | Bent Velling | Flickr

Sunset | A nice sunset in Moss, Norway. | Bent Velling | Flickr

“ This remarkable timepiece, possibly the most complicated of its kind in the world, was designed and made by Rasmus Sørnes (1893 - 1967) in Moss, Norway. Rasmus Sørnes clocks will probably be the last ones ever designed and made by hand by one...

“ This remarkable timepiece, possibly the most complicated of its kind in the world, was designed and made by Rasmus Sørnes (1893 - 1967) in Moss, Norway. Rasmus Sørnes clocks will probably be the last ones ever designed and made by hand by one...

What to Do When There’s Nothing to Do? Creating My Own Adventure in Moss, Norway | jetsettimes

What to Do When There’s Nothing to Do? Creating My Own Adventure in Moss, Norway | jetsettimes

Architecture in the Norwegian countryside that looks like it’s been taken straight from a fairy tale. The architectural styles range from Stave churches, which were built during the Middle Ages, to ghostly natural waterfalls and traditional wooden houses constructed in the Norwegian vernacular style (byggeskikk) during the 19th century.

Architecture in the Norwegian countryside that looks like it’s been taken straight from a fairy tale. The architectural styles range from Stave churches, which were built during the Middle Ages, to ghostly natural waterfalls and traditional wooden houses constructed in the Norwegian vernacular style (byggeskikk) during the 19th century.

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