Oslo Moves

The challenge came a day before my trip to Oslo, so I didn’t have to use the old photos. I made plenty of photos in Oslo with the challenge in mind. The theme was Motion.

How Oslo moved last week? Continue reading to see the photos.

Sentrumsløpet Road Race

Annual race for the whole family. Children up to 11 years can take part in the 1km race, people born in 2002 or earlier – in the 5 km or 10 km race. The race is in the city centre, starts and ends at the University Square. The 2015 winner was Ørjan Grønnevig with the time 0:29:54.

You can see more photos at the official website. Next race is on 23rd April 2016.

Waterfall at Mølla

and Akerselva river at Grünerløkka district.

and as a bonus… sculptures in motion.

Vigeland Sculpture Park

Have you been to Oslo? Did you take part in the Motion challenge?


  1. The photos of the statues are so interesting. It’s so hard to capture motion in sculpture and make a body seem like it’s moving.

    Great photos!

    1. Thank you. I was amazed at the sculptures too. It looked great. In that park (Vigeland Sculpture Park) in Oslo there are over 200 statues, but not all are in moltion. I recommend Oslo. It may be a small city, but it has so much to offer.In the coming weeks I’ll try to post more about my trip to Oslo, maybe you will get some inspiration. 😉

  2. It’s fun to see visitors view on my hometown.

    1. Haha, good to hear that. 🙂

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