Colorful Oslo III


The fascination for colorful buildings haven’t stopped yet and when you walk around Oslo you’ll see many of them. You just have to go to places that’s not in the middle of Oslo, stay away from the parade street Karl Johan’s gate and the streets where the shops are located. If you avoid the inner city, there are many of beautiful building with different colors.

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Colorful Oslo II

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June has really graced us with great weather here in Oslo. For days now it has been warm and sunny. Early this week the temp was close to 30C; it has cooled off a little bit now and today I think it was 23C.

I put on a summer dress this morning, ready to embrace the city. First on my to-do list was to run some errands downtown and I had planned to meet up with my friend Ellen. We stopped by a few stores, bought a few things, walked around time, devoured an icecream each and sat under a tree and played a geography quiz on her phone. After three hours together we parted, she had another meeting.

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At the lake

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I have quite some unprocessed photos on my computer, due to lack of of inspiration to post process photos and blog. I’ve been meaning to go through my old photos from last year and post things here, but I didn’t have much inspiration last year. The last  month I’ve blogged again, but only posted new photos.

I needed something to ignite my inspiration again. Yesterday I found that something. For a while now I’ve followed this young German photographer, Olli Dressler, on Instagram. I’ve admired his work and often found myself double tap his photos. Not until yesterday I thought about finding out if he had a website or some sort of photography blog. I found myself wanting to find out who the guy behind the beautiful photos is.

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Doors – a revisited photo project

So I talked about starting a new photo project a few posts ago and in my last post told you I had found out I wanted to photograph doors again. Last week I got around to scout doors. You see doors everywhere, but I don’t want the ordinary ones, I want the special ones. The really cool ones. I went to the west side of Oslo, where I had spotted a door I wanted to photograph. I photographed that one first (it’s the top photo) and then I walked around the nearby streets to find some other doors.

There is many great doors on the west side of Oslo. Here are a few of them. I hope you’ll like them. Hopefully I’ll be able to go door scouting again soon.

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A photo a day – pt. II

As I wrote a two posts ago, I’m doing this photo challange on Instagram until I figure out what my real photo project will be about. I’ve figured out what I want my real photo project to be about, but lets focus on the Instagram photo challange for a second.

I’m doing quite good, still enthusiastic about it and thrive to make a great photo every day. I don’t want to post any crap, so I spend lots of time thinking about what to photograph. It’s definitely harder to photograph when you just use your phone and don’t have all the different settings to help you out.

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Into the forrest


I went on my trip into the forest today with dad. We went for walk in our own forrest, where we’ve recently chopped down lots of trees. Some places everything were taken out and some places was the forest just thinned out.

I love walking in the forest and I don’t do it nearly enough. So when dad asked if I wanted to join him, I said yes right away.  We were out for two hours and walked from one end to another end of our forest. We went up and up and up.

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