Oslo by day pt. 1

Urban jungle. That’s what we named the photo after I took it.

I went on a photowalk with my friend Ellen today. I brought all my gear; my 10-20 mm wide angle, the 18-125 mm and my 50 mm. I ended up just using my 50 mm. It’s a great lens and I had lots of fun using it today.

We walked around for more than three hours and I took about 150 photos. We walked around and decided where to go as we walked. Did we see something interesting down a street, we walked there.

I have a lot of photos, so I have to divide them into two blog posts. Here is the first one.

If you look up, and not always look just straight forward, you’ll see pretty things.

Well, this isn’t such a pretty building, but interesting. Love how the lights are shining on it.

Pretty building.

Quarter past 11; that’s when I started shooting today. This is a church spire.

Some famous guy I don’t remember the name of. It might be Olav Trygvasson, a former King.

Fun fact: Ellen always calls this T.G.I. And I always say Friday’s. I love how the color of tha awning matches the colors of the wall. It’s like Friday’s were ment to be there!

Pink! The wall was acutally more red, but turned out pink after I shot it. You can see the actual color in the top photo. But even if the color isn’t authentic, I like the photo.

Arcs.

In the winter Olympics in Oslo in 1952 the skating was held at this stadium. It’s re-built since then.

Entrance three / Lille Bislett – a tiny street leading up to the stadium.

The rest of the photos you’ll get in my next blog post. Stay tuned for more photos!

 

2 responses to Oslo by day pt. 1

  1. […] Just an excuse to convey a few beautiful Oslo scenes. Urban jungle. That’s what we named the photo after I took it. I went on a photowalk with my friend Ellen today. I brought all my gear; my 10-20 mm wide angle, the 18-125 mm and my 50 mm. I ended up just using my 50 mm. It’s a great lens and I had lots of fun using it today. We walked around for more than three hours and I took about 150 photos. We walked around and decided where to go as we walked. Did we see something interesting down a street, … Read More […]

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