The Vigeland Park

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I went to Vigelandsparken (the Vigeland Park) a few weeks ago. It was a sunny afternoon and I wanted to photograph here. I had been there a few days earlier, at a picnik, but at the time I didn’t get time to photograph a lot.

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Oslo is colorful

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I’ve been working on a project to showcase Oslo as a colorful city. My main subject is colorful buildings. Well, it’s not really a new project, I did photograph a lot of colorful buildings last summer (see this post and this post for instance). Now I’m at it again and this time I’ve even created a #hashtag so you can see all my post at once on Instagram. #osloiscolorful is the hashtag I created. (It was not easy, since I needed to find a hashtag no one had used before.)

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What to photograph when in Oslo

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A while ago, while spending time on Instagram I had a short communication with a guy who were going to Oslo this summer and he said he collected info on where to photograph by looking at my photos from Oslo. That gave the idea to make a list of things to photograph in Oslo.

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Foggy Oslo pt. II

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A little over a week ago, I got a phonecall while being at work. I was superbusy had chance to answer. It was from a unknown number too and I rarely take those calls, since it’s most likely someone who’s going to try sell me something or someone who wants me to take a survey. Right after I got a text message. It was from a guy from Visit Norway that asked me if I could call him back before noon.

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Before the sun sets

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Inspiration can come from many places. One big source of inspiration is Instagram. I spend a great deal of time there. I recently started to follow this young photographer, Weston Kloefkorn, on Instagram–look him up on Instagram or his website. He had taken a photo from the roof of the Operahouse in Oslo and it was such a beautiful photo.

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Foggy Oslo

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January has been one foggy month. There might not have been foggy every day, but it sure feels like it. Two weekends ago, I went on a spontaneous  photo trip. When I woke up sunday morning, I saw that it was foggy again. I did not see the Oslo fjord from my balcony and I instantly wanted to go out and catch the fog on camera.

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