Photographer's Note

The view of the vikings...

This photo is of the same ruin church as earlier, only taken at a later date ,that I'm sorry to say, I don't remember.

Photo is of the souther wall of the old church, taken just after workhours one beautiful day in April.

The view is out over the North Sea. It is hard to get a good view of both the church and the sea from this point due to lots of other building. The hill which the church is situated on is some 30-40 meters above sealevel.
In the background of the photo you can see some small islands, I'm not sure what islands these are but I'm guessing they are "Kj°rholmane".

The photo should also give an impression of what modifications have been done to the church during the restoration. You can clearly see the glass building stones in the upper right corner and also the new "old" door they have installed.

As mentioned in my other photo the church is still in use. It is particularly popular to have weddings here. So popular infact that the waiting time for having your wedding here is around 1.5 years, so be patient!

I have applied autolevels to the photo through Photoshop, nothing more...

Odd Jarle

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