Pictures of the four seasons in Norway

Springtime Summer Autumn Winter

More fun with my pictures from the year 2005. These pictures are a very good illustration of the four seasons here in Norway. The temperature vary from -20 to +30 degrees celcius. (And please note that -20 is the extreme low. Winter here in Oslo tend to vary between -5 and +5, still talking celcius). Summer should be from +15 to +25 C.

…and to make it easy for the people using an ancient system for measuring temperature:

Extremes through the year: -4 to +86 F
Normal winter: 23 to 41 F
Normal summer: 59 to 77 F

Pictures of the four seasons in Norway

6 thoughts on “Pictures of the four seasons in Norway

  1. […] I posted the index and the four seasons. After good advice from Manuel, Oyvind and Godbanned I have finished the video as well. 44 pictures taken out of our window at random times of the day and at random intervals through the year. When taking the pictures I have placed the camera up in the corner of our living room window at a place where it gets nearly the same framing for each picture. Because it’s only nearly I aligned all of them in Photoshop. Then I put them on the timeline in Sony Vegas Video. I strethced them to 5 seconds each and added a simple dissolve between all the pictures. To align them in Photoshop you start with picture number one, put the next one on a layer above and makes it 50% transparent. Then you find a place in the picture that is as solid as possible and align the two pictures until you don’t have any “ghost image” around the solid parts. […]

  2. Marius says:

    Normal temperature in most places are 25 more or less…
    Maybe you guys in Oslo have only 25, but when we have 30 in Bergen don’t whine ^^.

    Btw. Great video

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