Hi, it’s Jack Wolfpac, legendary travel correspondent at the Greenygrey. I was just over at the travel25years.wordpress.com site, and Marc Latham’s photos of the Naeroyfjord and Flam-Myrdal railway reminded me of our recent search for Andy Wolfhol, after the Ice Spider and Downside-Up Penguin told us ol’ Wolfhol was in the land of trolls. So I thought I’d tell our story through some of the photos we took. Here it is:
Voss, Norway Greenygrey Story
We travelled over frozen mountains thinking we were lost. We had heard the waterfalls would show us the way, but they were still in their winter sleep.
We met an old viking, who looked like he knew the greenygrey world.
His wife returned from shopping.
The children were happy.
They took us to their greenygrey house. Keeping us warm, until…
the waterfalls awoke.
Showing us the way to the greenygrey train.
Returning us to the greenygrey world.
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman. Hope you had a great New Year celebration, and it continues for 2013. eMORFES has started the new year off with some great photos from around the world, and I’m delighted to announce that some have been declared greenygrey:
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, getting the artistic working week rolling at the Greenygrey. Ol’ Wolfhol must be off creating something extraordinary, because I haven’t seen him for about a week. 9 to 5 workers, we know it’s getting to that time of day when you just want to go home, and are tempted to have a little break of web browsing. So this blog could be just what you need to get you through the last hour of an early-week day. Yes, it is still only Tuesday… and I’m sorry to say you’re missing a super sunset!
I’ve been busy today researching the emorfes blog, and found some fantastic greenygrey images again; emorfes seems to be turning into a greenygrey goldmine.
Single Greenygrey amongst Pack of Ebonygold
Talking of gold, I was working my way through the matches and fire art of Russian photographer Stanislav Aristov; posted on emorfes November 30th; being quite amazed at the stunning shapes and concoctions, but not expecting any greenygrey finds amongst the ebony and gold extravaganza.
But being an intrepid researcher I didn’t leave the job until the end; and to be truthful I didn’t feel that way inclined, because the art was so fantastic. And I was rewarded when lo and behold up popped a great greenygrey gif of a grey smoky dragonfly above a green plantlike line.
Greenygrey Beaches and Waterfalls
I didn’t have to search far for greenygreyness in the next emorfes post on December 3rd, which had wall to wall greenygrey beaches and waterfalls. Here’s some of my favourites, presented in a trio of photos I have named Greenygrey Cassycade: