About the changing world all around us

Well now OsloBG is over and most of our guests have gone back to their homes. A couple are still wandering around Oslo but they are welcome to stay as long as they want of course! I was so tired Sunday night I went to bed at about 7 pm, and slept until 7 am. Then of course it was back to work, vacation over.

Vigeland Sculpture ParkI’m sorry but I can’t get the slide show to embed, please click on the link above to see the side show. Here is a sample photo from the set.


Vigeland Sculpture Park

So now I am looking through all the lovely photos we took and remembering what fun we had! I hope you will enjoy a slide show from our first day, a trip to Vigeland Sculpture Park. The weather was a bit grey but the art work is beautiful just the same and our guests were happily shooting away with their cameras and learning a lot with the help of our excellent guide, Margaret!

Comments on: "Memories of OsloBG, Vigeland Sculpture Park" (8)

  1. I’m glad you had such a good time. I hope you get rested up very soon though. Sounds like your calender was booked very heavily the entire time.

    Have a terrific day. Big hug to you both. 🙂

  2. It was really a wonderfull time. Thanks to you and Renny!
    Kisses and hugs.

  3. Hi, Dianne
    I’m sure it’s not a really good translation, but I did my best to put the text in English too after the portuguese post.


    Kisses and hugs

  4. Thanks once again for arranging this wonderful blog gathering, yu and Renny. We had a smashing time together. Loved to see Vigelandsparken for the second time in my life – both times in very gray weather but the statues still are so memorable!

    OH and we loved Margaret, our guide – what a lady and with humor too 🙂

  5. Amazing and excellent photo from the Vigeland Park

  6. Those sculptures are so cool! I think the weather was actually perfect to take these kind of pictures. When it’s too bright, you get weird shadows.

  7. Oh Wow!!! I must remember this park if I do visit Norway 😀

  8. Margaret the tour guide was so good. She really explained so well what the artist had intended. It was a a tour not to forget. I took many pictures and have not sorted them out yet.

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