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Here I post some random photos, everything from landscape to food (yes!). I use a Nikon D5000, a Canon Ixus155 and a mobile phone on a regular basis. I like HDR (high dynamic range) photography a lot. 

HDR Photography: Downtown Oslo

I've explored the wonders of HDR photography, this time in downtown Oslo at sundown.

I began taking pictures of Oslo's new and stylish districts.

Those houses belong to one of Oslo's development areas close to the fjord.

The modern architecture makes it really special, doesn't it?

Due to the architecture's shape, people call these houses also the "Barcode".

The area provides not only stylish houses, also the space between them is very artsy.

Of course I also took pictures in the "Opera quarter", the area close to Oslo's most known building, the Opera building.

One of Oslo's development areas is called Sørenga, also the "sugar lump". From here, you have a brilliant view over the fjord and it's islands.

The central station and the tax authority also has a nice look at night.

Isn't Oslo a cool and stylish place at night?

Want to see more HDR pictures of Oslo?

Look at my other posts from Oslo's east-end at day-time and from Oslo's harbour!

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