I went up in an observation tower/restaurant today, I've been there once or twice as a kid, then sort of ignored it as just a background detail, it's just an "iconic" landmark to most, but, took my girlfriend there cus she's new to the city (and the country, for that matter), which forces me to explore around a bit too anyway, Trondheim, this is where I live! view towards the west^ Not the best quality, but where you spot a distant bridge around a meandering river, that's the city centre, and where - originally, in medieval times - the old city stood. Winter conditions obscure landmarks also, but you might spot copper green, which is the cathedral, which has stood there for some 800 years or so. The city itself is a little over a thousand years old, officially founded in 997 AD (the settlement in general is ancient, like most old-world spots) North view, the Trondheim fjord, which technically is not a fjord, but we're Norwegians, so if there's water + mountains, then fuck it, it's a fjord. East view, beyond those hills are just a vast ocean of nothing, trees, mountains, Sweden, bothnian gulf, Finland, Russia and eventually China and North Korea. Fun trivia: All these pics were taken from the same window, because the restaurant rotates one turn per hour. I didn't take a south facing photo, cus I was eating a cheeseburger. I didn't photo the cheeseburger, cus I'm not a douchebag So, where you live, yo? And don't bother, unless you're 70 metres above ground :M Just kidding, at least photo from a beautiful view. Just kidding, I love city-photos, just photo out your window or someshit. Especially if you live in some shabby part of town, I like that. A friend once sent me a picture of a dead cat in a toxic pool near a defunct power plant in Alamogordo NM, or something, I love shit like that.