Trondheim Worldwide Photo Walk

Saturday October 11th 2014 at 12 noon, sixteen inspired photographers commenced the two hour long photo walk in the City of Trondheim, Norway. The weather turned out much better than expected during the morning hours. Actually, a very nice photo light during most of the walk. It’s quite amazing how many details one will discover during the time of such a short walk. Details one for sure would have missed if one passed through the same area the usual way. At the end of the walk most of us gathered for a social time at a local cafe, near the Nidaros Cathedral, to share our various experiences from the photo walk and discuss photo equipment. A very nice gathering in a laid-back atmosphere. If I have the same opportunity next year I will certainly join the Worldwide Photo Walk again. Wherever it may be. It is easy for me to reccomend this activity for anyone with a camera in any configuration.

Here is the area where the Photo Walk started. Near the City Hospital and NTNU.

Here is the area where the Photo Walk started. Near the City Hospital and NTNU.

A lokal backyard found during the walk.

A colorful lokal backyard found during the walk.

The river Nidelva runs through the City of Trondheim. The river, once very polluted, now is clean and fishing salmon is common.

The river Nidelva runs through the City of Trondheim. The river, once very polluted, now is clean and fishing salmon is common.

Woden bridge over the Nidelva River as part of the Photo Walk.

Woden bridge over the Nidelva River as part of the Photo Walk.

The Nidaros Cathedral fom around year 1100. Here is where our walk ended.

The Nidaros Cathedral fom around year 1100. Here is where our walk ended.