People told me that I make a weird face when I’m about to take a picture. This pose Karin is in should show you that sometimes it’s putting yourself in weird position that makes you get the right angle.
This view with the new towers in the background reminded me of post-apocalyptic movies somehow.
Staying on the 13th floor gives me some nice perspectives to take pictures from.
I’m in London for the local WordCamp and catching up with friends from around the globe. This is the foggy view I got from the apartment I’m staying at.
This is the last night I’m spending in Oslo, at least for now. Flying out to London tomorrow to catch up with friends and attend WordCamp London. I’ll definitely plan on going back to Oslo as I had a wonderful time here.
Sometimes when I am really tired or have had too much on my plate for a few days, I can’t seem to find inspiration, yet a pattern in a concrete wall could be considered inspiring too.
The sun is slowly going down and the buildings in Oslo show their playful colours. Shot from the apartment as it is a lazy Sunday.
The park at the waterfront in central Oslo has a mixture of old buildings and walls combined with pieces of art that glow in the sunshine like the one above.
It’s Friday afternoon and Oslo is sunny and therefore busy and filled with people ready for the weekend.
This is Noel Tock, a digital nomad, an inspiring thought leader in the WordPress community and a good friend of mine. I am really looking forward to participate in the Mongol Rally 2015 with him as a teammate.