Many of you have for sure heard about The Little Match Girl written by H.C. Andersen first published December 1845, where a poor girl selling matches on the street takes shelter in a nook and lights the matches to warm herself. In their light, she sees several lovely visions including a Christmas tree and a holiday feast. I almost felt like that girl on my way back from the city looking into the promised land of ladies and colorful dresses in a shop at Skovveien.
On my strolling in the snowy Oslo this afternoon I found more motives for Photo Safari.
The Frogner streets are loaded with snow, and people are digging the cars in and out for parking.Those still using bicycles must also find spades or other tools for removing the snow.At the Parliament the Lions are covered with snow, and heavy tools must be used at Eidsvoll square in front of Grand Hotel. If you do not want to use your foot or have forgotten your skis, you can expect full busses and street trams. Hopefully you will be home in time for dinner or the nine a clock news.
Have a nice Sunday