A bright, windy day found us wandering on the west side of the Bygdøy peninsula. Here, one can see some nice geological rock layers (I do love some fancy geology!), as well as a decent view of the Statoil-now-Equinor building across the fjord in Fornebu, its modern design resembling, somewhat, a stack of white, LEGO-like blocks.
A father and child on a diving platform hovering over some nice geological rock laters
A view of the Statoil-now-Equinor building in the distance
Another father and child look at the fjord
People exploring another bit of rock jutting into the fjord
The wind produced a lot of chop on the fjord
Looking out from the diving platform at Paradisbukta