I have a picture of a flag but I do not know where it's from. The cross indicate that it's likely European and it looks very much like the Swedish flag.
The pattern you show is called a Nordic Cross. Searching for flags with Nordic crosses comes up with the Flag of Vendsyssel, which is a traditional district of Denmark and of Jutland. (See Vendsyssel at wikipedia)
The proposed flag of Vendsyssel in Denmark was introduced by the mayor of Hjørring in 1976, and is used to some extent.
The flag is named Vendelbrog (with reference to the Danish flag Dannebrog interpreted as The Danish cloth).
Note this is a proposed flag, and is not officially recognized. As such I don't know that there is an 'official' color set described. The wiki article further states:
It is a Nordic Cross flag in blue, orange and green. The blue colour symbolizes the sea. The orange/red colour is symbol of the sun and the beaches of Vendsyssel, and the green is for the lush nature. By tradition, only people born in Vendsyssel can use the flag.
The flag is not officially recognised, but it used to be a part of the insignia of the Royal Danish Air Force 723rd Air Squadron.1
Looks like the flag of the region Hälsingland in Sweden.
For some real life examples you can google "hälsingland flagga" (I'm not allowed to post another link).