Travel | Series #2: Norway 2012 – one of the most expensive countries!

This is series #2 of our Norway trip. You can read the first part here.

Warning: This blog post may contain potentially offensive photos.

We went to the Norsk Teknisk Museum, the exhibition at that time was Mind Gap. It was an exhibition about the brain and brain research in Norway. My partner and I had a really good time in that museum. We’re very touristy kind of people. Whenever we travel, we always go around the city, visit museums, never stay in our hotel.. you know, do common touristy stuff!

teknisk museum

teknisk museum 2

mind gap exhibition

mind gap exhibition norway

brain research norway

brain research norway

brain research norway

brain research norway

brain research norway

brain research norway

This room freaked us out! It was dark and the only way out was to walk in the lighted pathway. The lighted pathway was too small and it was located in the middle of the room. It was creepy seeing all the equipments on the ceiling. Go figure.

brain research norway

The museum was interactive and very high-tech. They had this huge touch-sensitive interactive book where you can read all the facts about the exhibition. There were also videos of the researchers, well sort of like moving photos (like in the Harry Potter movies where photographs of people actually moves). I tell you, I was really impressed!

mind gap exhibition

mind gap exhibition

mind gap exhibition

mind gap exhibition

The tourists! 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Travel | Series #2: Norway 2012 – one of the most expensive countries!

    • I love how nature-oriented Norway is. Although a bit expensive, I’m sure you’ll love it! Not to mention, it’ll be cheaper to stay in your grandparents’ place. 😀

  1. Whoa, I really like that photo of the two skulls attached together. Not that that’s a good predicament to be in, but .. you know what I mean.

    Btw, was curious to know where your blog name “camera shake” came from? It’s pretty cool! 🙂

    • It’s very interesting! And yes, I know what you mean. 😀

      I started this blog searching for names that relate to photography. It was hard I tell you but I want something like ‘blurry photos’ or when you’re know the place is perfect and the scenery is perfect but the photo is quite blurry. Something like that.
      Now it got me thinking maybe I should write about Why Camera Shake? 🙂

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