Wordless Wednesday

WW is a simple blog post featuring a photo which conveys a message that speaks for itself without using words.

For all the rule breakers, of which I am one, please feel free to add all the words you want.

Make sure you leave a link to your post and I’ll visit your Wordless Wednesday post.

Tromsø Bridge – Norway

Image Credit: Click on Image

Linking up with a bunch of fantastic peeps from the blogosphere who host Wordless Wednesday – Betty, Steve, Natasha, image-in-ing, Zina, Xmas Dolly, Keith, Cathy, Sara, CatSynth, Diana, and Suzana.


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102 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    I recognised that distinctive bridge immediately! We have been there a few times on Norwegian Fjords cruises. The last time was our last cruise before the pandemic in October 2019. we were looking for the Northern Lights and saw them. We also saw a lot of snow! Another time was mid June and the locals were grumbling because there had been a heavy snowfall the day before our arrival.

  2. Zina says:

    The road and the bridge are exemplary, but the panorama in the background … is charming!

    Happy Wordless Wednesday, dear Sandee! ♥

  3. Natasha says:

    I’m doing my spirit angel to take me here right now. Sigh!

    Big hugs my dearest Sandee. Good to be back on your lovely blog.

    Tightest hugs♥️

  4. My GBGV Life says:

    Mom has been to Norway many times and says they have so many interesting and beautiful things to see. It is expensive there, that is the only drawback.

  5. Alana says:

    Beautiful view and bridge. I love walking on bridges (I’ve done a number, including the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City) and would love to visit Norway and walk across this bridge, too.

  6. Cathy Kennedy says:

    Sandee,

    Crossing bridges over a large body of water always makes me so nervous and yet it’s a bit thrilling, too. It’s in those moments I try to enjoy the now but am I ever glad when we’re back on solid ground. 🙂 Thanks for hosting the mid-week linky fun, darlin’! 😉

  7. meowmeowmans says:

    What a beautiful view. The bridge is so distinctive, and the rest of the view is lovely. Happy Wordless Wednesday, Sandee. Thank you for hosting! 🙂

    • Sandee says:

      Me too, Kathe. We probably never will, but it’s been on my list of places to visit for a very long time. You have a great day too. 🙂

  8. Sandy says:

    What a cool looking bridge. I find many bridges to be artistic…some not, but many are. Trying to get back into blogging. It’s been awhile. Argh. Hope you’re doing well and can see the light at the end of tunnel with this Covid.

  9. XmasDolly says:

    HEY HEY HEY WHATDIASAY!!!!???!!! I JUST GOT A PHONE CALL AND Sunshine galore today and ooops the phone rang!!! It was my granddaughter to tell me she had her baby on the 10th. She wanted to wait until she was a bit better. How thoughtful. My Great Granddaughter (OUCH), name is Ellie (short for Elliana), and she has a one year old named Daniella. So time to celebrate. Have a nice day! HeY that means you’re a GREAT AUNTIE cuz you’re my sista from anotha mutha!!!! Woo Hoo Sunshine galore today and ooops the phone rang!!! It was my granddaughter to tell me she had her baby on the 10th. She wanted to wait until she was a bit better. How thoughtful. My Great Granddaughter (OUCH), name is Ellie (short for Elliana), and she has a one year old named Daniella. So time to celebrate. Have a nice day! who luvs ya baby girl??? MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  10. Hazel says:

    Wow… I might just find myself in that country one of these days (a wedding in the family has been postponed for two years already. O, virus, begone!) Sorry for the late visit. We had a storm and power was intermittent almost the whole night. Happy middle of the week!

  11. Diana says:

    Wow! What can I say?! It’s an interesting architecture! The landscape, as a whole, is gorgeous!

    Have a fabulous day, Sandee! ❤️

  12. Holly says:

    Oh my goodness, what a beautiful bridge. I love the architectural design there – it’s fascinating! Norway is one of those countries that has so many beautiful spaces and places. It would probably be a fun one to visit. ♥ Sending lots of love and blessings your way, my friend.

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