Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Life in Porsgrunn

The PIT festival is very very nice. There are a lot of incredibly nice festival across Europe, and each of them is nice for different reasons. PIT is nice because it's in summer, it's in a beautiful town and it's run by very nice people.

We were staying in a horse riding place. This was our building.

There was a list of the rooms that were ours, and we were apparently called the NIE underdogs. Although Underdogs was most probably the name of another company performing in the festival.

After our first show we went into town to the festival centre. The below pictures were taken between 9pm and 11pm. Summer in Norway - it doesn't go dark.

The camera I had at this moment had something called Smile Shutter, which we were testing out. Basically it will only snap when the subject is smiling.

Everyone was enjoying the late evening Norwegian sun, and as NIE touring usually means very long winters, we stayed outside for as long as we could, until it got a little bit too chilly.

The river leading to the fjord. If you follow the river, you arrive first at our fantastic venue, and a bit later at the sea.

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