I'm in the final stages of finishing the pictures for the book project on Scandinavia lifestyle which I've worked on this past year (to be published in September). My last trip was to beautiful Oslo (my first time) and even though we hardly had any daylight, these frozen sculptures in the Frogner Park where nothing short of magical.
Located in the Frogner Park in the middle of the city, these sculptures were made between 1939-49 by native Norwegian Gustav Vigeland. With over 200 pieces in bronze, granite and wrought iron, this is the biggest sculpture park in the world made by one single artist. A thick layer of frost added to the dream-like quality of my last day in Norway.