Last Sunday I went with a group of photography interested people from Bergen to Fusa, ca. 1 hour south of Bergen. A local photo nerd showed us around to 5 different beautiful places in the area, and lots of photos were taken.
This one is of Holdhus kyrkje. The original stave church on the site was first mentioned in 1306, but can have been older. Parts of the old stave church were used to build the bell tower in ca.1590, and other parts were used in the two main restaurations in 1725 and 1835.
It’s no longer used for regular services, but they have one yearly service on Olsok (July 29th). It’s also used for weddings, concerts and as a museum.
I photoshopped this a bit to get an old time feel.