tirsdag 31. januar 2012

Winter Wonderland In Retrospect

Here are some pictures from our Christmas Holiday or winter break in Trondheim, Norway. Quite different from the last blog post, this one. Beach life is a bit different from snow, or more like it, piles of snow! Well, both can be beautiful, but I must say I prefer the hot temperatures of California. I and Karl got up extremely early during our whole stay in Norway, most likely because of jetlag. But that can be nice, because you get to do so much in one day that way!

Again, if you want to read the Norwegian version, it's here

This particular morning, I think it might have been January 2nd or something, I got up early and went for a walk. Right by my mom's house, where we stayed, there's a pretty place with lot's of fields and a cute little stone church. This is the church we got married in this summer. It looks quite different surrounded by snow. Don't know quite what to say of the results of my little photo walk, but my photos captured the morning mood in a nice way, I think. 

Around noon I went down to the city centre and to the lovely area "Bakklandet", which also was very beautiful on this crispy clear winter day.

There I met these lovely ladies, Janina and Silje. The photoshoot/whatever it was continued! 

I think they saw something really scary, or maybe enchanting out in the street, by the look of it.

We had a really nice time at kafé Choco Boco, and my entertainment was of top class! I like you girls! The picture of me is taken by Janina. She is coming to California in March! I can hardly wait! It's going to be so cool! 

This might seem random, but can anyone give me any tips on how to use the manual focus on the camera? I have a Nikon D3100 with a Nikkor 18-55mm f/3,5-5.6 G VR lens. I am close to giving up the whole thing an just use autofocus from now on. I know it takes a lot of practise and all, but I would be rally grateful if somebody could show me a trick or two! 

So long! 

(...and thanks for all the fish!)

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