The Changing Seasons: July 2018 – Part 2

Like I mentioned in the comment section in my previous post: I had some hiking that needed to be done. I’ll share a few of the photos here.

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The Changing Seasons: July 2018

I took my son to the mountains earlier this month and it was his first mountain experience. Needless to say: I took a lot of photos.

Vakre Jotunheimen

 

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The Changing Seasons: June 2018

During June I’ve been arranging several concerts and I’ve played a few myself. In the clips that you can see here, it’s only the one called “A Little Taste From Our House Gigs” that aren’t from June. All the other ones are.

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Crescendo Barnekor | Krakabøla Marked

Every Saturday in May & June I’ve been arranging concerts at a local market and next week I’ll arrange another house gig together with a good friend.

It takes up a lot of time, but it’s also very rewarding on a personal level. Here’s a couple of photos and a YouTube clip from one of the concerts at Krakabøla Marked in Gamlebyen. I was lucky enough to get Crescendo Barnekor (kids choir) to perform for us and they did a fantastic job!

The audience is waiting for Crescendo Barnekor to perform at Krakabøla Marked in Gamlebyen, Oslo.

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Wat Arun Ratchawaram Ratchaworamawihan

Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan (Thai: วัดอรุณราชวราราม ราชวรมหาวิหาร) or Wat Arun (Thai pronunciation: [wát ʔarun], “Temple of Dawn”) is a Buddhist temple (wat) in Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok, Thailand, on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River.

 

This is the last Weekly Photo Challenge hosted by WordPress, so I figured that I’d post a large photo gallery as my final post. Thanks to the team at WordPress for hosting this challenge for many years. Respect.

Enjoy the photo gallery:

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Thailand Tattoo Expo 2018 – part 2

Liquid ink turned into solid art – that’s an accurate description of what happened at Thailand Tattoo Expo 2018. I’ve already posted some photos in part 1. Now enjoy part 2.

Kea Tattoo Thai, hannya (般若), hannya mask.

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