Trondheim: First Impressions

It’s autumn in Trondheim and the leaves are getting yellow and red and fall. The houses are made of wood, in order to keep heat inside during the colder months of the year and they’re colorful. I took these pictures during my first walk and I’m feeling the need to make another Blurb book by the end of this trip to go with Paris and New York. Can you blame me? It’s so perfect here!

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  1. Barbara3289

     /  October 10, 2011

    Take me with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! kisses to boyfriend 🙂

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  2. Wow great pictures it looks great.

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  3. Beautiful!! I would love to live in one of those storybook houses along the water.

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  4. Wow — these pictures are SPECTACULAR … I can only imagine how much more striking and awe-inspiring these colors and textures are in real life!

    Thank you for sharing — lucky duck…

    🙂

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  5. Wow. What a fantastic place. Your pictures are gorgeous and truly depict the character of the city. Loved this.

    http://valentinedefrancis.blogspot. com

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  6. What a lovely place. So much charm and detail, not to mention the colors.

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  7. Amazing pictures! Love the vivid colors.

    Thanks for sharing, & congrats on being Freshly Pressed!

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  8. Love your photos!!!

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  9. Amazing photos!

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  10. This place looks beautiful in photographs- it must look even more amazing in real life! This is exactly the type of place I’d want to live in…

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  11. Soooo beautiful! Especially the wooden houses.

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  12. Love the shots! Nowadays sky here in Switzerland isn’t that all blue and with fluffy clouds, previous times I went to the other cities I couldn’t take that lovely photos. Glad you enjoyed Trondheim! 🙂

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  13. I have to agree with your description of “perfect” from your pictures. That cathedral is amazing and I love the colors on the houses!

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  14. Wow, I’ll add Trondheim on my list of places to visit. Beautiful.

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  15. Thank you for sharing the beauty around you.

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  16. GORGEOUS photos!! I loved every single one of ’em! 🙂

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  17. Why are all the shots so perfect??? Why are they so amazing… Trondheim is a very beautiful place =)

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  18. WOW – Trondheim looks AMAZING! May have just found our next trip – thanks for sharing!

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  19. Love the autumn colors, I love Blurb books too!

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  20. Amazing. 🙂

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  21. Thank you all for your sweet comments! They mean so much to me!

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  22. LOVE these photos. The colors!

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  23. beautiful architecture and amazing colors! i love fall!

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  24. So beautiful! What a lovely place. Love the pics! 😀

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  25. Beautiful photographs.

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  26. Thomas

     /  November 2, 2011

    Your photos are beautiful.

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  27. Goodness gracious me – reminds me a little of a trip to Bergen with Bertie Boxter in our teens !!!!

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  28. Beautiful pictures. Between the pictures and the other posts you’ve done on Trondheim, I feel like I took a vacation at my desk this afternoon. Thank you for that well needed break.

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  29. absolutely beautiful!

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  30. Nice, I love the photos on this Blog
    Join to my home, if you want to find inspiration for home decoration.

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  31. This is my first impression of Trondheim. It’s very beautiful and peaceful. Thanks for nice pictures.

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  32. The colorful houses on both banks of the waterway look as ideal and perfect as if they were placed there by an artist planning to paint a beautiful scene. It’s almost fairy-tale like in in its effect.

    Ronnie

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  33. The colors of the house are wonderful against the water. Glorious.

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  34. Wow. Wow. Wow.

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  35. I love the brightly colored houses. You captured it all so well. Congrats!

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  36. So beautiful……..! 🙂

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  37. Joanna thank you for the incredible and beautiful pictures!!!

    Greetings from México!!

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  38. Your beautiful photos makes me really miss Europe!! I always loved how everything from the houses, buildings, and nature come together. Must be very clean there because dispite the cars it looks like there’s no polution.

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  39. clarehudson

     /  November 2, 2011

    Beautiful-would love to visit this place.

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  40. Marian

     /  November 2, 2011

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!I I would love to visit like now. this is real beautiful.

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  41. Can’t decide whether the place is more beautiful or your Photography! Cheers!

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  42. Wow, Looks like the House of commons in Ottawa, Canada

    Cool Pix

    -Ron

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  43. I love them is very beautiful

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  44. Did you know that the red in the leaves is leftover sugar?

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  45. OOh my gosh!!! The pictures are awesome!! 😀 and that’s a breath taking place.. 😀

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  46. Lovely photos. They could be postcard-pictures! Thanks for sharing your travel thoughts.

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  47. sudarshansingh

     /  November 2, 2011

    beautyful place, beautyful photographs

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  48. hey, that’s awesome!!!! O.O!

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  49. Lovely pictures. I like the colours and reflections. It reminded me of when I was in Norway near the Lofoten islands. Thanks for sharing.

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  50. I want to go …………so much

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  51. awesome pix.. now on my list of places to go!

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  52. its very nice, simple but nice ,
    good day
    regine ! in france

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  53. what a wonderful pictures !

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  54. I love to see painted houses – we have some here in Scotland too – especially around harbours so the fishermen can find their way home from the sea more easily.

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  55. Beautiful photos!

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  56. nice colors eh? so eye-catching..

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  57. your photos are devine!

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  58. Hi there! I’m always fascinated to see how other people experience my home country, as I find it almost impossible to have an unbiased view. Thanks for sharing these colourful photos – they’ve made me homesick!

    Vibeke

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  59. Very nice photos. I especially loved the last one. My favorite would be the colorful houses.

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  60. very nice!

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  61. Beautiful colors, and it seems like a nice place to visit. Thanks for sharing this. Connie
    http://7thandvine.wordpress.com/

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  62. These are really lovely stills, what a great looking place to live

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  63. All of your photos are so peaceful looking. Trondheim looks beautiful!

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  64. wow! its breathtaking. you are a great photographer btw 🙂

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  65. I love the pics. It helps having fabulous subject matter too:)

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  66. beautiful photos! love all the bright coloured houses!

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  67. Lovely photos

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  68. Amazing images, I really like the place. I do hope I could visit this wonderful images.

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  69. Beautiful blog 🙂
    Cheers!

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  70. I could only say .. Stunning photos

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  71. Really Nice Shoot

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  72. such an amazing place and those are really lovely photos! 🙂

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