During the Second World War, the occupying German forces imposed strict regulations on Norwegians. There was a total blackout: every window had to be covered to stop light from escaping; city nights became worlds of darkness. Walking outside in the pitch black was only possible using blue flashlights — their light was invisible to the bomber jets above.

During the Second World War, the occupying German forces imposed strict regulations on Norwegians. There was a total blackout: every window had to be covered to stop light from escaping; city nights became worlds of darkness. Walking outside in the pitch black was only possible using blue flashlights — their light was invisible to the bomber jets above.

 As the pace of life constantly increases it becomes ever easier to forget our past: the witnesses of time are disappearing into history now, along with their stories and their wisdom.

As the pace of life constantly increases it becomes ever easier to forget our past: the witnesses of time are disappearing into history now, along with their stories and their wisdom.

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 During the Second World War, the occupying German forces imposed strict regulations on Norwegians. There was a total blackout: every window had to be covered to stop light from escaping; city nights became worlds of darkness. Walking outside in the pitch black was only possible using blue flashlights — their light was invisible to the bomber jets above.
 As the pace of life constantly increases it becomes ever easier to forget our past: the witnesses of time are disappearing into history now, along with their stories and their wisdom.
20150219-DSC01900.jpg
20150219-DSC01836.jpg
20150214-DSC01296.jpg
20150217-DSC01759.jpg
20150207-DSC09435.jpg
Camilla_Longva (24 of 76).jpg
Camilla_Longva (26 of 33).jpg
20150131-DSC08368.jpg
20150219-DSC01869.jpg
20150207-DSC09532.jpg
20150219-DSC01881.jpg
20150214-DSC01131.jpg
20150214-DSC00938.jpg
20150205-DSC09100.jpg
20150219-DSC01860.jpg

During the Second World War, the occupying German forces imposed strict regulations on Norwegians. There was a total blackout: every window had to be covered to stop light from escaping; city nights became worlds of darkness. Walking outside in the pitch black was only possible using blue flashlights — their light was invisible to the bomber jets above.

As the pace of life constantly increases it becomes ever easier to forget our past: the witnesses of time are disappearing into history now, along with their stories and their wisdom.

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