I imagine that by the time you read this, you’ve been googling frantically for a few hours, downloading a bunch of “shareware” software (that may or may not infect your PC and send all your passwords to the Russian mafia) that all seem to maaaybe work – but you have to get your credit card out […]
A destination that we vere really lookin forward to was seeing the Angkor-temples in Cambodia. The temples of Angkor are situated outside the city of Siem Reap, that, thanks to the massive tourism the temples have created, has an international airport and hotels and restaurants pretty much everywhere. It’s probably not “the real Cambodia”, but a […]
After having read Kjetil Kvien Madsens post about being a tourist in Oslo, and seeing the pictures he’s taken, I got inspired to do another photo-cycle. This time I wanted to take some pictures at just before, during and after sunset, since that’s not something I’ve done in Oslo before. I cycled down to the Trinity […]
Yesterday evening I took my bike and my Fujifilm XT-1 camera and the XF 23mm 1.4 lens down to Bjørvika. This is an area of Oslo that’s undergoing a massive change, going from industrial harbour to a beautiful harbourfront. With a great view to the “Barcode” skyline, the Opera house and the Oslo fjord, it’s […]
Besseggen is a ridge in Vågå municipality, four hours drive from Oslo. It’s the most popular mountain hike in Norway, with more than 30’000 visitors every year. As part of our mini-honeymoon, we decided to become two of these visitors. The Hike Most visitors opt to take the boat (Gjendebåten) from Gjendesheim to Memurubu, which is […]
I recently had the pleasure of visiting a few major cities in USA; New York, Las Vegas and San Fransisco. Although this trip was mainly for work, I managed to sneak in a few hours of photography. New York This was my first trip to New York and it’s a city I definitely want to visit again […]
We decided to spend a weekend as “tourists at home”. In preparation we read both the official Oslo-guide and Rick Steves’ book about Scandinavia. Below you can see some pictures from that weekend. They are all taken with the Fuji XT-1.