Sunday Morning Walk in Oslo East

All rested at 9:30 am after five hours of sleep doesn’t happen to me that often, especially not on a Sunday. Oslo looks so different to me when it’s quiet and people are still sleeping compared to the vibrant city I think I live in. The East side of Oslo is no exception.

Grønlands torg, Oslo East

Grønlands torg, Oslo East

Grønlands torg, Oslo East

Grønlands torg, Oslo East

Old building from 1902 in Oslo East

Old building from 1902 in Oslo East

Olaf Ryes Plass, Oslo East

Olaf Ryes Plass, Oslo East

Olaf Ryes Plass, Oslo East

Olaf Ryes Plass, Oslo East

Olaf Ryes Plass, Oslo East

Olaf Ryes Plass, Oslo East

Deichmanske bibliotek, Oslo East

Deichmanske bibliotek, Oslo East

Tagged area in Grünerløkka, Oslo East

Tagged area in Grünerløkka, Oslo East

Grünerløkka, Oslo East

Grünerløkka, Oslo East

Schouskjelleren, Oslo East

Schouskjelleren, Oslo East

Brødrene Sundt spiseri, Lakketorget, Oslo East

Brødrene Sundt spiseri, Lakketorget, Oslo East

Akerselva, Oslo East

Akerselva, Oslo East

 Evangelical Lutheran Free Church of Norway, Lakkegata, Oslo East

Evangelical Lutheran Free Church of Norway, Lakkegata, Oslo East

Gift from Skule Waksvik, Akerselva, Oslo East

Gift from Skule Waksvik, Akerselva, Oslo East

Tree in Akerselva, Oslo East

Tree in Akerselva, Oslo East

Grønland, Oslo East

Grønland, Oslo East

Grønland, Oslo East

Grønland, Oslo East

I had to act like I was tourist to not be frowned upon for taking pictures of the city I live in, but I guess it is like this most places.

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