This is what I saw when I looked out of the window this morning. Snow. Well, I guess we have had very nice weather up to now, December arrived before the first snow. When I was a child my first question would be if I could bring out my toboggan. I never could.
Jeg gikk rundt med kameraet mitt på Grünerløkka en dag og la merke til noe jeg ikke har sett tidligere. Det som ser ut som genuine dekorasjonae på mange av gårdene, er gjenstander de kjøpte ferdig hos fabrikanten. Her er to porter med vakre ornamenter, som sto ganske nær hverandre på Paulus Plass. Kanskje de samarbeidet om dekorasjonene, i alle fall er de helt like.
Jeg synes det er spennende med “skrifter på veggen”. Noen ganger kan de imidlertid være vanskelig å tyde. Kan noen hjelpe meg med den her? Jeg ser “Chokolade”, men ikke det andre.
I went down to Eidsberg today to check up some things with my car. On the way down I noticed this abandoned house in wonderful winter light, and I decided to stop on the way back to get some pictures. Unfortunately, the magic light was gone, but I shot a few images anyway. Treated it somewhat in Photoshop to get that great red colour come out better.
Here it is.
One of the not-so-nice parts of Oslo, architectonal. Beside the bus terminal.
Old Spice. The first after shave lotion I used. It must have been in the fifties. I read in a book about clothing for gentlemen that this scent would also remind women of their father, and hence be “a good thing”. I have not noticed any such effect. Like everybody telling me that classic sports car would draw attention of women. I have not noticed that, either. I guess I am too old for this effect, but anyway I enjoy both.
And Old Spice brings back good memories…