Stavanger Oljemuseet

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Amelia Royan on November 27, 2009

Hi Billy, this is the Norwegian Petroleum Museum and it was opened on 20 May 1999. It's really interesting inside, with lots of things for children to do. It also has a great playground outside as well :))

John de Crom on November 28, 2009

Very good shot Amelia. Greetings John.

Amelia Royan on November 28, 2009

Hello John, many thanks for your visit and compliment :)))

Groetjes, Amelia

Amelia Royan on November 28, 2009

Dear Tonia, many thanks for you kind words. I liked the way that the silver and grey of this building echoed the silver and grey of the sky :))

Groetjes van Amelia

Hubs56 on November 28, 2009

interesting architecture

Groetjes van Hubs ;-)

MIKojan on November 28, 2009

Den oljemuseum? Tror jeg ville valgt oljemuseumet som tittel her Amelia:) Jeg har vært her for ikke så lenge siden. Flott museum. Flott bilde også!

MIKojan

sugarbag1 on November 29, 2009

Hello Amelia. Very interesting photo :-)

Ria Maat on November 29, 2009

Very interesting photo Amelia! The museum looks as if it is built on an oil rig...?

Lovely reflections on your photo! Great work, as usually!!

Friendly greetings from Ria

trikermike on November 29, 2009

I have never seen a museum with a lifeboat be3fore, the visiting women and children would be first in the event of a disaster I guess, but whit aboot the gadgies?

Lovely calm water and evening light, the clarity is most attractive.

Thanks for showing and sharing

Mike

Amelia Royan on November 29, 2009

Aye Bonnie Lad, I'll be fine then, but I dinnae ken whit a gadgie is. I hope ye're no ane o' them, else ye'll be in the drink ... an' it's freezin' noo!

The evening light is actually at 1.34, or 12.30 GMT. The sun doesn't rise much here at the moment :))

Ca canny noo, Amelia

trikermike on November 29, 2009

Gadgie

a word meaning fellow, man, bloke, a male of the human species who is not quite a friend, but is known to be an OK person

The word is adopted from the chinese terminology for a Europian male...Gy chee, it is believed the term was adopted into English language from the Romany but is originally from China

So, 'that Mike, he's a canny gadgie' would mean that I am liked, although not known personally.

And there's nee way aam gaan in yon freezin cald watter!

Amelia Royan on November 30, 2009

Thank you dear Ria, the reflections were due to an unusually calm sea. It is meant to symbolise an oil rig, and is probably one of the more interesting museums, with lots of things to see and do both inside and outside :))

Warm greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on November 30, 2009

Aye Bonnie Lad - ye're a richt canny gadgie, that's for sure. I really appreciate your comment - I'm always learning new things from my Pano friends :))

So jist put a kilt oan, an' hae a guid shave - they'll nivver notice the difference :)))

trikermike on November 30, 2009

Aa cannae wear the kilt Bonnie wee Lassiel,, aa divnae hae the legs for it!!

Aye, aam oft tellin' yer if there's owt ye wanna ken, jest ask awa, aal fin oot fer ye!

Keepahaad o' yer bunnet in the wind!

Mike

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Photo taken in Stavanger Sentrum, Stavanger, Norway

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  • Uploaded on November 27, 2009
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    by Amelia Royan
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D40
    • Taken on 2009/11/24 13:34:37
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