Tuesday, 19 January 2010


Today I want to show you a photo from a popular place to visit, further south of Stavanger.
It is an art and culture centre with many interesting exhibitions, and a nice shop and cafe.
You will find more information, both in English and German by clicking on the link.
My photo shows just one of the buildings, and it is a very typical building style for this area.

10 comments:

Chuck Pefley said...

It looks like it might have been built as a barn originally. It also looks very cold there -:)

Leif Hagen said...

Is it the former home of a pastor? Where's the church?

Jacob said...

It's all rather stark and looks very cold. I think, though, it is a good idea to have food and drink available for the patrons!

Halcyon said...

Gorgeous scene. I love the cool colors.

VP said...

Strange and beautiful light, lot of snow (for our standard!) around , I thing I'd be very happy to be inside!

John said...

Snow and lateness give it a real winter 'blue' light.

Grace said...

I love art and culture. If I with 65 years in pension go have I enough to time and also hopefully also the money around me on the whole world of everything to look at.
Sorry about my english (I translate it with Yahoo Babel Fish). Sometimes I want say so much but I can't. I hope you can understand it!

cieldequimper said...

Lovely evening shot, will you show us inside this pretty house?

James Mark said...

Again, I agree with the blue comments. Very pleasing. I almost missed your comments on Jorvik and Whitby, for which thanks.

JM said...

Great shades of blue!