Still Testing – in Oslo

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Once or twice a year I have to go to a hospital in Oslo (the Norwegian capital) for a medical follow-up for a few days. And this time I brought my new Olympus along. Here I have tried to catch the evening atmosphere outside the hospital.

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And a bit more atmosphere at the local tram station.

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A bicycle is always an interesting object for a photographer. I found this one basking in reflected light on the side of a fast food restaurant near the hospital.

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And of course also a photo of the inside of the hospital – a hospital with a somewhat unusual internal architectural layout.

And the follow-up? It went very well. And so did the camera do.

PS The comments section is ABOVE the photos 🙂

 

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22 thoughts on “Still Testing – in Oslo

  1. Aller først … bra at resultatet var bra på sjekken. Fine bilder alle sammen. Blikket dvelte nok lengst på de to nederste. Ja det er noe med sykler, men lyset var nok det som gjorde det ekstra bra. Det siste falt jeg pladask for. En liten studie om livet på innsiden av et sykehus, et bilde med puls!

    Ha en fin uke … og god påske!

    Irene

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  2. Oi da, er du i Oslo! Håper det går bra med deg. Nydelige bilder. Og bildet tatt inne på sykehuset minnet meg om et lekehus, eller heter det dukkehus? slike man lekte med som barn, slik jeg husker dem, stilig!

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    • Tusen takk, Viola – du fant mitt favorittbilde, gatefotografering innendørs 🙂
      PS Det gikk bra og er nå vel hjemme igjen. God Påske til deg og dine!

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  3. Rune, glad to hear the follow-up went well!
    I agree, a bicycle is always an interesting object for a photographer, and it’s a nice capture. My favourite though is the inside of the hospital, it’s a very expressive photo.

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  4. I am so glad that everything was well for you at the hospital (says one who regularly does the same thing).
    I like your last photo from the hospital – it tells many stories by the way you composed it…..

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