Im back. Totally put the forum out of my mind but I did think of you guys everytime I saw something motoring orientated or a good gallery opportunity. There was loads of things I wanted to snap but the camera just wasn’t to hand. I missed a good few nicely modded euro cars, a fair few shockingly bad ones and some classic town names and reg numbers. Eg a town called Basterd, a german number plate FU*CK 9265 (or something similar) and a strange place called Lapp Camp where I presumed the teach lap dancers their trade. Unfortunatly it was at the top of a mountain and sold skinned rabbits and moose horns lmao.
The pics I did get.
This was owned by a young 16 year old lad and was completely road legal. Its pictured here on slicks, but I saw him again on a rainy day and he’d changed wheels to wets lol. Seeing him drive down the road was pretty amusing.
This was taken near the ‘lapp camp’ (see above) and just caught my eye for being quite eiry. Up on a mountain in amongst the clouds.
These were taken below a Glacier. The ice that had broken off was quite grey and nothing pretty but the high stuff was bright white with a blue tint. Quite amazing in the flesh.
With no Motorways, few dual carriageways, Norways roads can be quite dramatic, especially in the sticks and off the beaten track. Heres a pic of a tunnel we had to drive thorugh to get to some sculpture Carol wanted to look at (which was miles from anywhere and closed when we got there). Most other tunnels on main roads were lit but could be quite long as they just bored through the mountains. One tunnel we went through was 11.5Km long and was nowhere near the longest In Norway.
A couple of shots of interesting roads we drove on. A speed limit of 90kph (60mph) was fairly easy to break but always caught you out when you turn a bend and face something like this.
Finally, Just some nice scenery shots