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A day in Oslo

Since my flight down to Melbourne was departing from Oslo just over a week ago, and before I had to survive a 40 degrees temperature change, my mum and I went to Oslo a day earlier to enjoy the city together.

Luckily to me, Christmas lasted a bit longer in Oslo. Winter is my favourite season of the year along with Christmas. I love the darkness, the cold, and all the fairy lights that have been put up. It sounds crazy as I’m currently living in Australia. The news is (can’t say it’s either good or bad) that I’ll be moving back home in mid-March. My plan was to stay in Australia and apply for a new visa, but the longer I stay the harder it will be to leave at a later stage. Copenhagen will be awaiting me in late July – which is another dream come true. Plus, I’m totally in love with Scandinavia.

 
Karl Johans Gate in Oslo a cold winter's day in January 2016.

Grand Hotel on Karl Johans Gate in Oslo, Norway, a cold winter's day in January 2016.

Acne Studios advertisement on Hegdehaugsveien in Oslo, Norway, a cold winter's day in January 2016.

Breakfast at Kaffebrenneriet on Hegdehaugsveien in Oslo, Norway, January of 2016.

Ragnhild Utne er en fotograf, kommunikasjonsdesigner og guide bosatt i Longyearbyen. Hun har en bachelorgrad i fotografi fra RMIT University, Australia, og en mastergrad i kommunikasjonsdesign fra University of the Arts London.

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