Brekkefossen on Flickr.
This is a regulated waterfall in the river Akerselva, and the second coming out of the Maridalen Lake. The dam and the building to the left is an old hydropowerstation that supplied surrounding houses and industry with electricity
Paraply i skogen on Flickr.
Another rainy day photo. It’s actually very interesting walking in the woods when it’s raining. The mood is special.
It has rained a lot lately in Oslo. The atumn is truly here, and it’s not the best conditions for photography. However I had enough sitting around, and went out to take some photos in the rain. The guy with the umbrella is me. Yes, I used the timer. Besides getting all my equimnet wet, the worst about taking photos in the rain is that it is hard to get clear photos because of the moist in the air. You have probably experience it your self, almost like it’s something wrong with the camera. The further away the object you are taking photo of is, the worse result. So when taking photos in rain you should generally focus on something close.
Barcode on Flickr.
Foto tatt fra Sørenga
Løren on Flickr.
Oslos nyeste bydel
Oslo Skyline on Flickr.
Høst i Ekebergparken on Flickr.
Atumn has arrived Oslo
Barcode on Flickr.
A few nights ago I went to a hill east of Oslo to take some shots. As soon as I got there it startet raining and it was blewing a bit so my tripod could not stay 100 percent still. Most of the photos turned out to be pretty bad. This photo turned out to be the best one.
The Couple on Flickr.
Hanging through life. Together. Forever
Magazine Sellers in Dehli on Flickr.
Waiting for green light in Dehli
Venice on Flickr.
Sometimes it’s a good idea to go through your hard discs to search for hidden treasures. When I have been on a trip, taking many photos, I am often a bit blinded when it comes to what photos that will be good ones or not. I do often not see this before long after, The reason is that at this point I am able to review my own work more like an third part. I am not longer influenced with what I felt and believed when I was on the scene taking the photo. This photo from Venice has been on my hard disc since 2010, and I did first discover it’s potensial now. I didn’t think much about it when I was browsing through the pictures from Venice back then. But when I saw it now, I realised that it acutally was a good snapshot.
Østmarka on Flickr.
Sunday afternoon we drove half an hour outside Oslo to the wildnerness of Østmarka. It’s a huge contrast to the city not far away
Ghost Riders on Flickr.
On the street in Oslo