Each Monday, I post a mystery photo, or occasionally a mystery object. I encourage you to leave a comment if you think you might know where this week’s mystery photograph, is located, or what it is.
Where in the world could this view be found?
Last week, we were at a lesser known location on the Hardangerfjord, at Utne, in Norway. Despite the unusual location, TidiousTed from Recipereminiscing and SeeNorway were able to pick out the various clues I left in the photograph, to determine that it possibly could be Norway.
The Mermaid herself, a mixed media art project by Essi Korva, is made of shells, and can be found along the shore below the Hardanger Folk Museum, at Utne.
Ironically, See Norway has recently posted a beautiful panoramic photograph, taken from the ferry’s destination, (in the above photograph) – Kvanndal, which lies on the other side of this same Hardanger fjord in Western Norway.
Essi’s art and MMP gave us Something to really Ponder About.