I went to the coast last weekend to see one of the summerplays performed outdoors. The weather was nice so it was a nice trip just going there.
There used to be a lot of ferries on the coast of Norway, and there still are, but there are also tunnels or bridges now connecting islands or making short cuts. Like this one that I had to cross. Skarnsund Bridge from 1991 is 1,010-metre long with a span of 530 metres, making it the longest of its type in the world for two years. It has also got prices for its architecture.
I went to see an outdoor play as mentioned. They are usually based on local history, and is quite popular in summer, as was this one, with old stories from the coast.
Then it was quite suitable to see a very old ship passing the big, modern bridge. SDS Hansteen is supposed to be the only steamship existing, a floating cultural monument from 1866, built in the period of transition from sail to steam. As you can see I added some texture to give the picture of the boat some of the “old” feeling. More pictures from Mosvik and Inderøy on this link. And from the play on this link.