I wanted to click some pictures of buildings, shapes and color, as well as some street scenes around Oslo. Here is a motley collection of architecture, graffiti (nuart and not so much) and some random street scenes (including the result of a “car v. berries” fender-bender) taken for the most part in Lilleaker, Grunnerløkka and the suburb of Lambertseter.
Apartment block along Akerselva with a dash of graffiti
Nuart found along Akerselva
Random youngsters, flesh and metal, near Vøyenbrua on Akerselva
Buildings in the Oslo Mathallen locale
Bright colors around the Vulcan Mathallen area
The “silo” – student housing in the Kuba area of Grunnerløkka
Graffiti (makes my teeth hurt a bit) along Akerselva
Find the red bicycle lane along Helgesens gate
Quick coffe break from “someone’s” favorite Kaffebrenneriet
People finding ways to cool off on a hot day in Olaf Ryes Plass
German tourists apparently travel in style
Shake, shake shake. Manly men do housekeeping.
Electrical box with layers of tagging
Another shot of Helgesens gate
Colors under the bridge (sannerbrua)
Nuart mural, sadly further tagged by the less artistic, along Akerselva. Apparently by Martin Watson.
Yellow and white, new OBOS apartment block on Langbolgen
Teal-colored bicycle racks for the green among us
Peek-a-boo squares still under construction
A K6 Telephone Box, British style, randomly found at Ljabruveien 87
Alfred Nobel graces a decayed diving board structure near Ingierstrand
Intersection. Found at Lilleaker between the PGS and Åf Engineering buildings
Walkway at Statkraft in Lilleaker
See the poor victims (blueberries and raspberries) on the hood of this shiny Mercedes?