Category Archives: Photographic Norway

COSBAG PHOTOSHOOT

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Surely every woman’s dream – surrounded by beautiful bags. Here’s a shot of Aurora absolutely in her element planning the fashion shoot for Cosbag.

All the styling and collaboration by stylist_nina

 

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COSBAG has a huge selection – everything from the charming French Teo Jasmin range to their own uniquely fabulous creations from nora@cosbag.no.

 

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Most of this film shoot for Cosbag was taken in and around the Oslofjord Museum. The rusted metal cladding and concrete textures provided an excellent backdrop to many of the photos and enabled us show these fabulous Cosbags at their very best.

 

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Beautiful Kimono from Farmhousedesign and of course a stylish handbag from Cosbag, Oslo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PHOTOSHOOT IN JUNE

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Aurora modelling summer wear from Mille Moi Interior – Collection Norge – styling by Nina Røsnæs.

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Armband by Collection Norge.

 

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Armband by Collection Norge.

PHOTOSHOOT FOR STINES AGENTURER

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Stines Agenturer was established in 2007 and throughout the
following years they have created a solid customer base of interior and clothing outlets throughout Norway.

Stines Agenturer proudly represent leading designers and suppliers who are able to remain ajour with market trends without having to compromise their choice of excellent materials, quality and unique design.

 

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Stines Agenturer’s collection offers a wide variety at competitive prices.  It is also important to Stine that many of her brands should be compatible with each other. As a qualified interior designer, Stine is able to use her knowledge of colour and colour combinations to ensure that each customer gets the very best advice when choosing from her collection.

 

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Spikersuppa in the heart of Oslo.

 

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OSLO LANDMARKS

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Designed by the architectural company Snøhetta, The Oslo Opera House was completed in 2007. It really is a building for the people – appearing to rise out of the fjord, the functional white marble
roofing provides welcome walks, views and seating on sunny days in Oslo.

 

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Clean lines in Italian marble and white granite.

 

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View towards the Havnelageret. In its heyday it was the largest
concrete building in Europe.  The visiting Dutch Noah’s Ark is moored alongside.

 

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She Lies – a work by Monica Bonvicini in front of the Opera House. It floats on a concrete platform and wind and water dictate how it turns on it’s axis.

 

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The 22 story Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel to the left behind the yellow tower crane, and another view of the Barcode. Our personal favourite is the white Deloitte Huset designed by Snøhette, the same firm of architects who are responsible for the Opera House.

 

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Paddleboarding past the Barcode.

 

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Much more planned here with apartments and the new
Munch Museum. It will be a very exciting area when completed but has caused a lot of traffic chaos in the construction phase so far.

 

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The amazing Dutch Ark of Noah built by Johan Huibers was visiting Oslo. Unbelievably, he has built another, so big it could swallow 5000 people. The plan is to tow it to Rio for the Olympic games. This one was enormous and we were tempted to go for curiosity’s sake but at 220kr each we decided to give it a miss.

 

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Oslo City Hall in the background and the “Helena” taking sightseers around the Harbour.

 

BERGEN

The wonderful town of Bergen in Norway – famous for it’s beautiful wooden buildings, tramcar funicular, fish market and a rather wet climate!

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Evening view towards the top of the Fløybanen in Bergen.

 

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Bryggen in Bergen is the third most visited attraction in Norway and comprises of 61 listed building that are on UNESCO’s world heritage list. Despite many fires in Bergen the basic structure of this area has been saved.

 

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Bergens famous Fløibanen.

This trip up Mount Fløyen takes 7 minutes and is a funicular, which means that the two trams are connected by cable and
counterbalance each other as they go in opposite directions. It is one
of Bergen’s most popular tourist attractions as well as being high on the list of Norway’s most visited too. From it’s start at 18 meters above sea level it arrives at it’s fantastic viewpoint at 320 masl.

 

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Restaurant To Kokker – a room with almost 300 years of history.

 

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2 views of Bergen’s Fish Market

RIGHT PLACE – RIGHT TIME!

 

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When the ice on the fjord is declared safe, a route across it is marked with trail of Christmas trees set at regular intervals. We were watching a group ice fishing, when this postman went whizzing past. As always, Aurora was quick on the button, and got this great shot.

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You never know what’s just around the corner, but when you have the eye, it only takes a second to jump out of the car and capture this wonderful tree on camera – and that’s exactly what Aurora did!

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So typically Norwegian, and how well the reddish-brown huts bring an otherwise grey, overcast day to life.

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Up in Hammerfest – the world’s most northerly town. The winter nights never grow dark and you can experience fantastic skies like this.

VOLLEN

We have had some very cold days here in winter but it gave a great chance to get some  beautiful shots.  Vollen surrounds a unique and charming bay, that despite some modernisations, always draws you back – we love it!

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Beautiful sky over the fjord.

 

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View towards Oslo.
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Wonderful icy mosaic.

 

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View from Oslo Fjord Museum towards the Marina.