Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

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This deer was in a hallway near the Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo. HDR, with 3 bracketed shots.

See more entries for the weekly photo challenge over at WordPress:
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55 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

  1. I agree with Ron, there’s so much going on here and it’s all totally amazing. I love that the blues of the sky and signs, and the yellows of the scaffolding stand out from the greys in the rest of the image. It looks awesome!

    • Dhanyavad Sayantan-Ji. It’s an art installation near the new Astrup Fearnley Museum at Aker Brygge in Oslo. I believe it’s supposed to be a deer, but it might also have some moose in it – some sort of cross breed between a motorcycle, a deer and a moose.

  2. I’m not too fond of HDR, but in this case it looks really great! I HAVE to get to the AF museum next time I go home. What do you think about it?
    Have a great weekend!

    • I like the architecture of the building, but we haven’t visited the museum yet. We’ve been talking about going, but when the price is 200 NOK for the both of us (100 per person), we’d rather spend those money on diapers.

      • 馃檪 Can you please name me anything in Norway that’s not pricy? Last time visiting I took the train into Oslo, even having a coffee, everything!! feels like a rip off compared to Germany and England where I live.:-) being in beautiful Norway I have to set my priorities too, and diapers sound just fine to me. 馃檪

    • No problem Isengrapher, but if you ask me those endless lists of links is nothing but nonsense. The links are already there at the Weekly Photo Challenge page on WordPress. There’s no need for bloggers to copy and paste the links to their posts.
      When I get those pingbacks I never allow them in my comment section, because then it would be all filled up with endless pingbacks instead of a debate on the photos or the post (which is what bloggers really want).
      If people want to click all the links and visit all the other entries, they do it from WordPress’ site anyway.

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