I try to have my camera with me when I am out and about, just to practice, practice, practice. That’s what I’ve read repeatedly as advice for beginning photographers: to just take pictures. Here are pics I have roughly categorized as falling under the title Oslo Streets: random (or not so random) people going about their business in and around the Oslo city center.
Living luggage, waiting of the T-bane
Revolving doors at Nationaltheatret station
Taking a load off in front of Stortinget
Regular folk on Karl Johan’s walking street
Cozy at the cafe on Karl Johan
Tourists abound in late summer in Oslo
Pedestrian on the pedestrian street….
…..and, oops, spotted again at the bookstore, coincidentally.
Waiting for the train in the bowels of Nationaltheatret station
The wait is over
Jumping for joy (when joy=bubbles)
Mystical bubble maker
Krone for your thoughts….
On the job
Tourists outside the National Gallery
No escalating here
Platform at Oslo S as seen from another train
New products in production on Karl Johan
Waiting for the right moment
Colors and steps in Østbanehallen at the Oslo Sentral train station
Waiting on the platform at Oslo S
Tourists on a fine day on the roof of the Opera
Urban selfie on the Opera rooftop
Skatin near Skøyen
An uninvited guest swims up to a man and his dog
Captive audience at Aker Brygge
Weekend cafe life at Sørenga
Green modes of transport at Sørenga
Bicycle for three?
Vakt, Vakt, Goose?
Double diggers near the new Munch Museum site
(Don’t) walk this way on Kirkegata
People mover at Oslo S
Relaxing at Victoria Terasse
Securing glass at Lambda