Reclining Buddha Temple | Wat Pho | HDR

If you take the river boat up Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, you’ll find the Reclining Buddha Temple (Wat Pho / Wat Chetuphon).

At the Reclining Buddha Temple (Wat Pho).

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Two Night Photos From Bangkok

The title of this post kind of describes it really…

There’s not much more to say, so here’s a playlist with my songs & cover songs. From acoustic singer/songwriter stuff, via children’s songs to punk. Give it a listen, or at least the first clip with the new material – it’s only one minute of your life that you’ll never get back.

New Material:

Playlist:

Details from The Stave Church @ Folkemuseet

This is a follow-up post for one I wrote a month ago and an entry to Paula’s challenge. Read the story behind this stave church in the original post: The Stave Church @ Folkemuseet.

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B&W Architecture Guest Post 2:2

In the beginning of January I had a guest post in Paula’s blog on B&W architecture photography. Head over to Paula to read the full post (links to the original post and the follow-up post is in the end of this post).

The idea of my guest post was similar to my “Changing Seasons Challenge”, but it was all about B&W Architecture. Shooting the same place, to see if you could come up with something new: new angles, lines, curves, etc. It can be a good practice to try to reproduce shots –  you’ll probably notice that it’s difficult to get the same shot twice, even if you try.

Anyway. Here’s my gallery and please check out Paula’s post for the full article and check out the other entries.

I shot this photo last summer.

I shot this photo last summer and it was the photo that started it all.

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Furuset Mosque

Furuset Moske: This mosque is located at Furuset in Oslo. If you’re arriving Norway via Norway’s main airport, Gardermoen, and take the airport shuttle bus or a rental car from there towards Oslo, this building is probably one of the first building that you’ll notice.

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This is the largest mosque in the Nordic countries and it can hold 4500 persons. The official name is Bait-un-Nasr mosque and it belongs to the congregation Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Norway.

Here’s how it looks like from the road (photos shot while passing by in a car):

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Check out Paula’s post for more B&W photos of superstitious buildings: https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2015/04/05/black-white-sunday-religious-building/