The wildflower meadow

 

Blomstereng ved Brekken, Røros i Sør-Trøndelag. Blant annet blåklokker (Campanula), rødkløver og harerug.

The nights are already getting darker, in fact pitch-dark at about 10. But we can still enjoy the summer in daytime. And in the mountains the natural wildflower meadows are now at their best. Here are some harebells (Campanula rotundifolia), red clover (Trifolium pratense) and alpine bistort (Bistortia vivipara).  I  hope you enjoy some wildflowers too. Here are som more pictures on this link Pictures of Norwegian wildflowers

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45 thoughts on “The wildflower meadow

  1. Lovely flowers. I am jealous that it stays light so long! I know ten seems early to you after your long summer days, but it is dark here before eight. I miss the longer days already!

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  2. You have long summer days in the north but then it ends quickly and you have those long winter nights. Good thing you have beautiful photos like these to remind you of the beautiful, though short, summer.

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  3. Beautiful mix of colors… Well, in eastern time Canada darkness is around 8- 8:15 Montreal. This is the end of the Blue Hour. You’re still lucky to have light till 10. 🙂

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  4. Såååå vackra bilder! Föreställer mig att jag ligger i gräset och njuter av sensommaren! Gillar temat du använder på bloggen! Här är det fortfarande milt. Mina hänglobelior, margueriter och laveldeln blommar fortfarande i krukorna utanför huset. Ännu plockar jag paprika och tomater i växthuset, men fikon och citron har jag tagit in för vintern.
    Allt gott till dej! Kram!

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