Borrow our backyard

Our backyard is amazing. We wish to share it with anyone who needs lifting up while COVID-19 is keeping us tied down. We focus on the small and manageable, letting the bigness of the rest of the world remain fuzzy. Call it a metaphor of living in challenging times. Photos here are by me or by Marie, who is also the curator of our collection. Download watermarked photos below for private, educational, or non-commercial use. Click an image, click View full size, and right-click to save to your PC.

Life changes fast in Folldal. Here’s our collection of photos for our project from September through November, 2020. We’re outside nearly every day, whether rain or snow or wind or clear, blue skies. Let us know if you have a photo request.

Older photos are still here! Spend time with the slideshow to catch up with past days of wonder. Grab one of these photos with a right click and save through that menu. Do you want a high resolution version? Use the contact form below to tell me the title, and I’ll send it to you by email.

Late summer 2020 photo collection. Marie and TJ lived on Kjerringøy, near Bodø, Norway.

Spring and summer 2020 photo collection. Marie and TJ lived on Kjerringøy, near Bodø, Norway.

You can get a high-resolution digital image for personal use without the watermark for €5 using the button below. Contact me if you want photos for commercial use.

  • High resolution digital image from gallery above, with watermark removed.
  • For private, education, and non-commercial use.

I don’t run a sales business, so purchasing items is somewhat convoluted. Here’s a rundown of happens when you click the €5 Digital Photo button.

  1. A secure payment window will appear
  2. After payment you will receive a confirmation email from
  3. I will send you a request via email to give me the photo name you want
  4. I will then send you the full-resolution photo without watermark by email

Are you getting joy from our photo project? Let me know. We appreciate hearing from you.

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