When your country is taken over by 100 000 Germans, you get angry Sculpture of World War 2 hero of the resistance movement, Gunnar Sønsteby, placed where he was standing with his bicycle during the invasion on 9 April 1940, watching Nazi troops marching up Oslo‘s main street, Karl Johan.
For this installment of our popular Instagrams series, I’m posting the photos directly, as Instagram’s embed function seems to be a hit-and-miss operation. Photos appear – or not – depending on browsers, or possibly the platform’s #instamood. Well, we can’t have that. Dubai featured heavily in our Instagram gallery in early February. So much, in fact, […]
A ramshackle house at Pyramiden, a hastily vacated Soviet settlement in Arctic Svalbard
Our 11 most popular Instagram photos last month are mostly of wintry Oslo, but not all. Here they are: 1. In Drammen, close to home, is an abandoned copper mine. Took me years to finally visit. Abandoned copper mine not far from home. Only possible to go inside the mountain 4 times a year. A […]
A quick, impromptu photo essay of Winter Norway today, as I just noticed this week’s #frifotos theme is WHITE. This is how early January usually looks up here (though looking out my window in the city centre of Oslo right now, not so much. The snow has come and gone… for the moment). I mentioned Sjangs in my last post, […]
I’m enjoying Instagram more and more. The majority of last month’s faves are from Southern Norway. But let’s let the photos speak for themselves; here are our most popular Instagrams in November. 1. Finnemarka, Norway Late autumn in the forest, Norway A photo posted by Sophie's World (@sophieredisch) on Nov 14, 2014 at 7:27am PST […]
Pedestrian bridge Ypsilon Drammen in Norway