On a cold Friday night in October, I boarded a plane to Norway to spend the next 3 months working on a secret project. The winter was definitely not easy, but I was having so much fun working on this particular project that the original plan of staying for 3 months quickly became 6, and then 8 months. Living in Oslo for more time than I originally planned was an easy task since I felt so welcome and in love with the Norwegian lifestyle.
The pandemic hit hard the industry of the project I was involved in, so I was sadly forced to leave the country before it was planned. These photos are my personal way of expressing my whole experience in this lovely city. So many friends, good memories, and learnings I will take forever with me from this unique place.
All photos were taken with an iPhone XR.
The unique architecture from the Barcode neighborhood
Waling around Adamstuen
Layers of flowers covering a building in Bolteløkka neighborhood
The Opera House details
End of October
A quick walk around my place brings unique perspectives from the neighborhood
Freezing days ahead
Daily walk to the office with a foggy view
The Fram Museum from a different perspective
Grünerløkka on the weekends
The Vigeland Park
Religious stop at theKollekted By store
Fuglen coffee on the way back home
11PM on Sunday
See you next time, Norway! 👋