I love the design of Sharon's page . . . and love that Wendy chose it for the Saturday Scraplift this weekend. I need all of the inspiration I can gather to scrap the photos from our May travels! Thanks you both Sharon and Wendy for the fun! I used the rule of thirds on my layout . . . just not with a separate boxed partition for the top third. Hope that you too can see my thirds with the torn edge, the journaling and the large sun!


Journaling:Nestled between gargantuan snow-capped mountains, magnificent fjords and one of Europe-s largest glaciers, picturesque Bergen is an ancient city with deep Viking roots. Founded in 1070 on what was a Viking settlement, Bergen is the second-largest city in Norway; for many centuries, it was the country's capital and the Hanseatic League, a merchant powerhouse with ports throughout the Baltic. Perhaps its most iconic landmark ins the gathering of quaint, historic wooden buildings of the UNESCO-listed Bryggen wharf. Not to be missed are the treasures of the Hanseatic Museum or a stroll through the Torget Fish Market, where the fresh catch of the sea awaits . . . from cod and prawns to local caviar and icy oysters. This was our day off of the ship . . . a chilly 58-degrees and there were people sunbathing in parking lots! Actually, there were people outside on this beautiful sunny day everywhere we looked. I snapped this photo of some of Begen's beautiful wooden buildings as we wandered the streets.


Credits:
Banner Strip Words: Spring No. 01
Clipped Stacks No. 07
Grungy Ledger Grids Brushes and Stamps No. 03
Naturally Krafty No. 15 Paper Pack (the newest of Katie's fab Krafty papers)
Torn Templates No. 02
Watery Photo Masks No. 06