Good old summer holidays - you just can't beat them can you? Whether it's a going to the other end of the country or the other side of the world, going away for the summer is always something to look forward to and enjoy as a mid-year break.
Last August my girlfriend and I went on a little holiday to Oslo, the beautiful capital city of Norway. We picked a great time to go - from the day we arrived to the day we left we had sublime summer weather (although not quite ideal when lugging around camera gear!).
For this blog I have decided to split it into two parts; I'm happy with my selection of photos but there's too many to look through in one sitting. So in this part you will see the first full day and a half where we visited the Vigeland Park and Museum, wandered around the city, enjoyed an evening boat tour on the Oslo Fjord and visited the outdoor Folkemuseum.
You might also notice a few of the square black and white photos look different from the other photos - these were taken on film with my Holga camera, giving a different aesthetic to the digital photos.
So kick-back, relax and have a look through my photos:
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So that rounds up part one of my trip to Oslo. Thanks for reading and please leave any thoughts or comments below. If you've had a great holiday recently please share the experience, or if you have one planned where are you going?
I hope you enjoyed these photos and are looking forward to part two (read here). Be sure to subscribe below to find out when the next blog is released.