I take pictures, Oslo ✚ Scandinavia

There is no such thing as having too many cameras (a recollection)

My Pentax MV1 went cuckoo and I thought a Nikon FM10 would be a great replacement. My search began, and my search ended. It was weird that I couldn’t find any in Oslo. Then I got lucky: Abi my best friend (then husband) visited the city and got me one, along with few expired rolls, for my 27th birthday! I had a look at its first shots again and recollected that no matter how maddening or offbeat the past was, what we have learned and achieved since then is the most beautiful and precious thing in the world.

These below were mostly taken at my old apartment at Schous Plass and also at Sjømannsskolen (Oslo Maritime School).

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