Last weekend I had a long weekend because of Whitsun and the celebration of our Constitution Day on the 17th. I was busy on saturday and sunday; visiting a friend out of town, celebrating her birthday. On monday I hadn’t made any plans at all. I knew the weather would be nice and since I’ve been inspired to photograph lately, I wanted to take advantage of that and decided to go on an early photo trip.
The plan was to catch the sunrise and get up at 5.30AM, but I was too tired and wasn’t out the door before a little before 7 AM. The sun was already up, but it was still nice to witness the city wake up. The city was quiet and I sat on the bus downtown wondering if the people I saw where going to work or going home from a night shift. Or maybe they were on their way to an adventure like me? Underneath is the view between the bus stop at Rosenhoff and Carl Berners Plass.
My first stop was the Opera house, walking on the roof of it, and I was almost all alone when I got there. I saw a few other people. One was a man on the same mission as me, photographing. I was lucky and was on my way to leave the Opera house, when a bus loaded with tourists walked towards me. I was taking my last pictures when suddenly the tourists were swarming around me, just like what happens if you poke a stick into an anthill.
I walked a little bit around the city center after I left the Opera house. I even found a few doors to photograph. My main goal was to catch something else than doors on camera, but I just had to photograph those two doors you’ll see underneath here.