“I’m a very spontaneous person,” says Nikolai Walther Wilhelmsen as he stows away his camera equipment and luggage safely into the luggage compartment of his Marco Polo. “Sometimes,” says the young photographer, “I suddenly get that travel bug. Then I quickly pack up my things and five minutes later I’m behind the wheel of my Marco Polo.” His destination: “A special place, somewhere in the great outdoors.” The young photographer has been living in Norway’s capital Oslo for six years. People from all over the world are reflected in the glass facades of modern buildings; the sun glitters over the fjord and lines of cars fill the roads. Nikolai likes the hectic way of life in the metropolis. He feels at home in Oslo now, says the Scandinavian, and steers the camper van with the star easily through the heavy urban traffic.