From the Archives: Europe07 - Scotland, Norway and Prague

March 2, 2010 | Leave your thoughts

In Sept 2007 I went on a trip to Europe and was determined to fill a sketchbook. I actually filled two!

Here are some of the highlights from the first book – Scotland (around Inverness), Norway(Kristiansand,Stavanger and Oslo) and Prague.

(Click on the double page spreads to view larger)


Sketching on the bus ride to Inverness.

Map of a big driving day with my sister and brother-in-law.

Sketch of a photo on the wall at Kylesku

Making the most of tiny oportunites (the others where in a bookstore) and not worrying about the rain!

Loch Maree

My favourite fish village in Scotland – Portsoy.


View from my friends home in Kristiansand.

On the train to Stavanger

Pulpit Rock for the Fjord level


Oslo – the amazing Viking ship museum

Oslo – wonderful open air folk museum.


View from our window

Sketches of the amazing vaults

The Golden Lane

Old Synagogue in the Jewish quarter

Cafe Imperial – St Nicholas of Little Quarter

More St Nicholas of Little Quarter

and one more!

The Fred and Ginger building by Gehry.

View at dinner.
St Nicholas of the Old Town – I had so much fun doing this one!

Final cafe visit – Grand Cafe Orient

Final sketch of the main square – finished on the plane on the way to our next destination!!!


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