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Hammarsland, Fusa

Hammarsland

30.03.2018 - 08:42

Agastølen

Agastølen

26.05.2018 - 11:16

Whoever wanders the mountain plateau will form time to time hit upon old mountain summer farms, with solid old stone sheds, half sunk into the ground; a building tradition that has roots into prehistoric times. When we have been satiated with untouched Nature, it is somewhat comforting to come upon the old mountain chalets - they represent a type of human encroachment that we not only accept, but appreciate. They arouse a feeling of recognition and are a distinct witness to how people in the rural communities have made use of even the most remote resources.

The combination building at Nordvik.

Nordvik

16.06.2018 - 17:27

The Nordvik seter. The prayer house to the left.

Nordvikasetret

30.03.2018 - 08:59

Havrå and the arable fields up to the enclosed meadow.

Havrå

18.06.2018 - 19:59

In the sunny, steep fjord landscape along Sørfjorden on the east side of Osterøy is the farm Havrå. The small “hamlet” is one of the few undisturbed farming communities that gives us the impression of the large communal yards in West Norway in the 1700s, with houses built close together and strips of arable land.