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Njorl's saga

Erik Njorl, son of Frothgar, leaves his home to seek Hangar the Elder at the home of Thorvald Nlodvisson, the son of Gudleif, half brother of Thorgier, the priest of Ljosa water, who took to wife Thurunn, the mother of Thorkel Braggart, the slayer of Cudround the powerful, who knew Howal, son of Geernon, son of Erik from Valdalesc, son of Arval Gristlebeard, son of Harken, who killed Bjortguaard in Sochnadale in Norway over Cudreed, daughter of Thorkel Long, the son of Kettle-Trout, the half son of Harviyoun Half-troll, father of Ingbare the Brave, who with Isenbert of Gottenberg the daughter of Hangbard the Fierce ...


Njorl's saga

Erik Njorl, son of Frothgar, leaves his home to seek Hangar the Elder at the home of Thorvald Nlodvisson, the son of Gudleif, half brother of Thorgier, the priest of Ljosa water, who took to wife Thurunn, the mother of Thorkel Braggart, the slayer of Cudround the powerful, who knew Howal, son of Geernon, son of Erik from Valdalesc, son of Arval Gristlebeard, son of Harken, who killed Bjortguaard in Sochnadale in Norway over Cudreed, daughter of Thorkel Long, the son of Kettle-Trout, the half son of Harviyoun Half-troll, father of Ingbare the Brave, who with Isenbert of Gottenberg the daughter of Hangbard the Fierce ...


comments (21)

Your commentary is a Norse saga all on its own! I don't think they had cameras at that time, so its a clever bit of drawing on the water.
Bill Phillips: The commentary is shamelessly lifted from the Python sketch
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 25 Jan 2012, 00:33
Har...end to another successful and enjoyable picnic outing!
Bill Phillips: Pillage and a BBQ what could be better
any bard would have a whale of time constructing what you did in your narrative smile nice twist on this image
Bill Phillips: Pure Monty Python
Whew - did you make up all those people?! I like your photo! smile
Bill Phillips: No that is from the script from the Python sketch
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 25 Jan 2012, 06:02
I hope Chad sees this, Bill, so he can learn it really is possible to do the entire descendancy thing in one post. grin But of course, where's the fun in that!

I sure am glad the ship fit under that bridge. smile
Bill Phillips: The Python sketch is a classic. Chad's saga has more of the Russian 1000 page novel about it
We are socially minded and only target people who have Fire and theft assurance.
Bill Phillips: This is the Njorl appreciation society outing (The Bath branch)
  • Chris
  • England
  • 25 Jan 2012, 06:49
Neighbours of yours??
Bill Phillips: They were from Bath
I do really enjoy your twiddles Bill!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Richard. I enjoy doing them
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 25 Jan 2012, 07:36
Haha- but you have spoilt my beloved Stourhead, the Pantheon in fire -but a ship on the lake were beautiful indeed! I like you experimental fun, Billy Boy!
Bill Phillips: I couldn't resist having a bit of fun with stourhead
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 25 Jan 2012, 08:28
Norse saga is like a Southfork saga - who screws whom.
Bill Phillips: That sums up life in general Louis
  • lisl
  • England
  • 25 Jan 2012, 08:34
I really love this one, Bill, especially the reflection
Bill Phillips: No expense spared for shutterchance Elisabeth
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 25 Jan 2012, 08:50
This is great Bill, this is the real thing. I might just hang up my mouse and follow your blog now. It is wonderful what an idle lifestyle can bring out in one.
Bill Phillips: Sadly tomorrow's picture is reasonably sane, just poor quality
Pure art Bill. now we just need a picture of Chads computor and camare on fire.
Bill Phillips: Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm....should be possible
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Jan 2012, 09:37
..and you asked me if I'd stopped taking my medication smile I'd forgotten the Monty Python sketch. I love the long Viking bota under the bridge; it's quite well done, actually wink
Bill Phillips: I stopped taking mine a couple of weeks ago!
More fun than the Norfolk Boards, Bill! Excellent, making up your own stories!!
Bill Phillips: Well nicking them from Pythongrin
Thanks for the Python reminder Bill !
Bill Phillips: My daughter Kathryn is a total python fan, I think she knows a lot of the sketches by heart!
Trying to see the Norse oarsmen, Bill, but they seem to be invisible, leading me to believe this is just a figment of your imagination.
Bill Phillips: They are hiding Beverly
Not a MP I'd seen, so thanks for that - mind you, that ship looks a bit inauthentic - pink!!!
Bill Phillips: It is one I love. grin The Vikings are in touch with their feminine side
  • Linda
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 25 Jan 2012, 14:22
I got lost at half brother of Thorgier!! no wonder I never watch Monty Python!! grin Very good reflection of the Viking boat smile
Bill Phillips: I still love Python. Ange isn't all that keen but Kathryn is!
A very enjoyable post in all aspects Bill, but quite where do Chad the Gutterman and Phillips, Rat-catcher of Bath fit into this saga, as I'm sure they must.
Bill Phillips: Bit parts
  • paul
  • United Kingdom
  • 27 Jan 2012, 20:43
perfect timing to frame the boat in this way and the reflection is almost too good to be true

grin grin grin

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