In my last post I talked about street photography and how I wanted to do more of that. This time I actually followed through and did what I said I would. There are evidence of me not doing that lots of times in the past. Positive feedback from followers here and on my Insta account made it easier to follow up. I can admit it, it’s no secret, I’m a sucker for positive feedback.
I spend a lot of time on Instagram, both posting photos myself and watching / liking other photos. Scrolling through my feed is a perfect thing to do on the bus, on my way to work or back home. Instagram is one big pool of inspiration, following the right people. For me who loves photography, it’s a perfect place to be.
I love photographing train stations, they can be so pretty. It’s something special about such a place, where people either are going away somewhere, coming home or tourists coming / going. It’s a beginning or the end of something.
My flight back to Oslo was scheduled to leave at 7 PM. Since the airport was only a few minutes from where I stayed, you could see it from the terrace, and it’s VERY small, I only had to be there like 40 minutes before takeoff. That meant I had quite some hours to spend before I left.
On the forth day in Lofoten Linda and I went on a roadtrip again. This time it was only the two of us. There was going to be some shopping included so Glenn didn’t want to come, he wanted to walk in the mountains in stead. We asked Linda’s mother-in-law to join us, but she wanted to stay at home.
The third day in Lofoten didn’t grace us with the best weather. It was foggy/cloudy and it rained a bit. Still, it didn’t stop us from going on a little roadtrip. Linda, Glenn and I we went to Unstad and Eggum.
This is Offersøykammen, seen from a distance.
When I woke up the second day in Lofoten, the sun was shining and the weather was warm. It set to be a beautiful day and we could go forward with the plans that were laid the evening before–hiking to the top of Offersøykammen.