Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Challenger’s Choice (Travel)

Lens and Pens has a different phoneographic challenge each week. My choice for challenger’s choice is a travel theme.

Norway has been my dream destination and the Dalen hotel is famous for the resident ghost.

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The Dalen hotel is a photographer’s dream come true. It was an experience like no other staying there, and I hope to go back one day.

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About Forestwoodfolk

Scandinavian culture, literature and traditions are close to my heart, even though I am Australian. I have Scandinavian, Frisian and Prussian/Silesian ancestry and for that reason, I feel a connection with that part of the world. I am an avid Nordic Crime fiction reader, and enjoy photography, writing and a variety of cooking and crafts, and traditional decorative art forms. Politically aware and egalitarian by nature, I have a strong environmental bent.
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10 Responses to Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Challenger’s Choice (Travel)

  1. What a beauty–I can easily understand the charm that lures you to want to return. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  3. M-R says:

    Amazing place !!!

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  4. What a gorgeous place.

    janet

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  6. This looks like a truly unique place to stay.Having a resident ghost is a bonus for sure. Any visitations??

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    • Well there was some suspicious activity in the room where the ghost supposedly lived, which was adjacent to our window on the ground floor. If we looked out our window, we could see ‘that’ room, (where a guest passed away), but apparently no one is allocated that room anymore, but it appeared as though there was someone in there, at times.

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