• Describe this setting.
  • What does it sound like here?
  • What do the yellow lines represent? What do the blue lines represent?
  • Is this a residential area? What kind of person would live here? Would you like to live here?
  • Is this a good location for a trading port? Why/why not?
  • Why aren’t there any lights on in the buildings south of the river?

Credit: Henrik Evensen

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:14h, 31 October Reply

    1. It is a beautiful town that has big buildings and pretty mountains.
    2. It is a quiet and relaxing place were boats sway across the water.
    3. I think the blue lines represent the water and the yellow lines represent the ground .
    4. I think people live here because I think it is a very nice place. I would love to live here.
    5. Yes because it would be a good place to trade.
    6. I think it is because the sun isn’t that side.

  • Dennis
    Posted at 15:19h, 31 October Reply

    Norway, a beautiful country, known for it’s breathtaking landscapes, rolling hills and waterfalls that make you wonder how they’re as intricate, yet vast, as they appear to be,. Huge houses are huddled together as dim, illuminant lamps fill the city with a warmish glow, while overhead, colossal peaks rise up from the brim of the horizon.

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