Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on May 8th, 2010. 6 Comments
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This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is located above a fjord in the beautiful country of Norway. No other details are available but it appears to be about sundown and you can see the mist from the water below creeping up the mountain.

I really like the small rock structures and the view from there must be incredible. Farming must be the livelihood as I don’t what else you would do in such a remote location.

6 Responses to “Tiny House in a Landscape”

  1. Josh says:

    I can’t imagine what they would be farming in that landscape!

  2. alice says:

    Sheep? Goats?

  3. William J Zaspel says:

    You could yodel, or be a lookout for Sauron’s hordes.

  4. Gabriel says:

    I can’t see any arable soil nearby, but I imagine they graze cattle, gather wild berries and hunt for deers.

  5. Janel says:

    I love it! I would totally live there!
    I’m gonna go with sheep and goats too.

    I tried the reverse image search at tineye.com and found this,
    Which gives the photographer’s name, Maciej Duczynski.
    Click on Portfolio then Norway ’06. There’s lots of other GORGEOUS photos of the same location.
    I’ve written to ask if there’s any further info on this particular photo, will let you know if I get a response :-)

  6. Siets says:

    When I visited Norway a couple of years ago, the owner of one of the campsite we stayed on told us that they have a second home in the mountains, for vacations. This seems like a great place to have that vacation.

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