Saturday, August 1

Saturday Urban Life and Farming

Saturday Urban Life in the capital of Norway, Oslo, can offer a variety of activities. Within a few hours we will use the beautiful sunshine today for a city stroll, including a glass of wine at Aker Brygge which is only 30 minutes away.
Urban life with the advantage we feel, having a cottage almost in the middle of the city, can also give us time to relax, time to be close to nature, time to make paintings, knitting production, BBQ activities (Grilled Trout today) and harvesting the Growth of the Soil although not dreaming to be Isak and Inger.
Everything here are Organic food The red and black currants are almost mature and ready for eating directly from the bush and home made jam production.
From the top of the trees the apples have started to drop to the ground making repeatedly documentations of Newtons headache when hit by one of the falling apples, and got the idea of his theories about Universial Gravitation
The plums are also in the late maturing process, and will be ripen in the beginning of September. Large yellow sweet plums with a name I have forgotten.
These photos are taken yesterday after the first autumn storm has passed and are my contribution to the meme
Visit Lu
iz Santilli Jr for the home of Today's Flowers.

13 comments:

Anne said...

Jøss Arne, har dere alt dette i deres egen hage?? wops, så flott!!

Sto noen bærbuker her også når vi flyttet inn, men rev dem opp med rå makt!! Har nå kun epler og greier meg mer enn nok med det. når man springer på tur med kamera rekker en ikke stort av bærplukking du.

Du, gikk å tenkte på det i dag jeg..., at skulle jeg laget en egen post for å takke den australske David mon tro??? Så flink til det du jo, hver eneste gang du har fått noe..., jeg undrer...

Ha en smeisende fin helg fortsatt, godvær endelig her også!!

RuneE said...

Jeg tipper at plommene dine heter Victoria.

Tammie Lee said...

Such a lovely rose, and so much yummy food on those bushes.

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Denise said...

You have such a beautiful garden and all the photos are great. I envy you your 'green thumb'. Thank you so much for sharing.

April said...

What a wonderful idyllic life style! Beautiful photos!

Pat - Arkansas said...

Beautiful rose, and beautiful fruit! Makes my mouth water just thinking about how good that fruit will taste.

Thanks for sharing your photos.

Marju said...

Beautiful photos!

i beati said...

currants

i beati said...

currants yummo

SandyCarlson said...

Sumptuous! Wow. And your paintings are gorgeous.

Naturegirl said...

Wonderful bounty from your garden..all those berries and plums!!Nothing like picked from fresh from the tree!

Regina said...

Wonderful blooms.
Nice painting up there!

Arija said...

Whata lovely flower! The rose is a delight with so many buds to come and you have a wealth of berries and wonderful fruits to come.