I sort of feel renewed and inspired, so over the next few days (I hope) I'll share some photos from my trip to Oslo. Starting with...yesterday :pWe started out at the pier of our little island, where Amalie made sure to pout (albeit somewhat playful for the camera I think) - where's the ferry? How long until the ferry? When are we gonna take the plane? The ferry arrived, we boarded it, went to the bus-stop, entered the bus and got safely to the airport.
We were quite early - had about two hours of playing in the playpen before we had to board our flight. Yes, she's gonna cut her bangs soon. I'm hoping to get my mom to do that ;p
I love beautiful, natural light. It makes me fall in love - with the light and the photography itself because it's such a delight photographing and it just makes you happyhappyhappy. Here in front of the large large windows at the airport letting in lots of beautiful, diffused light. I want my own, transportable beautiful-light-in-a-pocket-device! (ok, maybe there is one - which's called - learn your darn flash well or something like that :p)
Then I went home. Had to snap a photo of the castle (wohoo :p) in Oslo - I remember back in -90 or -91, when the old King died and we went to the castle to pay our respects and lots of people were gathered and there was flowers, pictures, lights and drawings covering the whole front yard. Funny how small memories still sits with you.
Just as I was gonna enter the subway I passed this scene and just HAD to drag out my camera again. There was a lone girl reading a book under the lights.....I just liked the scene. (streetphotography is way easier in the dark too, by the way *cough*)
Can't wait to get home to my own calibrated screen and my own photoshop and play with this picture.