Stavanger Foto. Here is where I get my colour films developed. Pretty good place, except they don’t sell Olympus cameras… Always satisfied with both service and products.
Unfortunately, this is my last A photo a day-photo this month. I do not have courage to show the last ones.
Something I really appreciate is when some of my students just drop by. Sivert and Kristin are great people!
The red lamp. Catholic churches are so full of symbols. And catholics really know how to build nice buildings.
«Pay here» at the parking lot. . Loads of snow at Ljosdal, where we managed to ski at least 200 m. Funny, though.
Sometimes we happen to have snow here south as well.
Also a much photographed scene. Stavanger city bridge. Here with snow on the mountains in the background.
Being an amateur/beginner/novice in the art of developing film, I was not aware of the need of protecting the developed film from raindrops entering through the window of my car. Fortsett å lese «Some playing in the darkroom»
This is one of the most famous scenes from Stavanger. The three swords in the rock at Hafrsfjord to simbolize the union of the country made by king Harald Hårfagre by the year 872 or so.