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so many variations of color and carving. I looked Trondheim up on the internet and read some about the town, which looked quite large. There was also a sort of touristy video on one site. Your writing about the town makes it very appealing as a place to live. but alas I do not like snow or outdoor winter activities.

Truly love "door" photos and these are a most welcome treat today! The carved wood door in the red/brown frame and the scalloped blue door - my favorites! Oh to own a house with such a door - just walking up to either one would make any day perfect!

Thank you for sharing these. I am popping the link into my "escape" file right now!

I love these photographs. It's interesting that all the doors you've pictured are double. I wonder if that's typical!

These are beautiful. Does everyone there have two doors at their entrance?

Just love these beautiful and colorful old doors...I'd like to walk through all of them and see what's inside! Happy weekend, Britt-Arnhild :o)

So many wonderful variations on the theme!

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Trondheim Through al Seasons

  • I love to travel, and often you find me somewhere around the world, taking photos, writing, exploring. Through a this I aways have Trondheim on my mind. The city where I live and work, and after being a blogger, bogging daily in The House in the Woods, for almost 5 years, it was high time to start a Trondheom blog. Several people have been and are my inspiration. I want to mention especialy Merisis in the Merisi - Vienna for Begiiners blog and also Ivar Mølksnes and his "Byglimt" in the main paper in Trondheim and Midt Norge.

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    I am living in a red house surrounded by a blue garden near Trondheim, Norway. I love everydays and post about my steps through life. Britt-Arnhild's House in the Woods is open to everybody. Welcome over!