Härnösand, Sweden

Scenic Sunday: Scene from Härnösand in northern Sweden along the High Coast. Taken with an analog camera in 2005. Advertisements

Maj 2012 Vår / Spring

Det har äntligen blivit varmt och då exploderar allt på en gång. Pingstliljorna blommar. Maskrosorna som är ett av de mest hatade ogräsen i svenska trädgårdar blommar för fullt och är egentligen otroligt… Continue reading

Great tit collecting nesting material

One should always have the camera handy and not packed in the bag. This great tit collected material for its nest from a lost mitten hanging on a tree. While I struggled with the bag… Continue reading

Sketch of escalator

Discovering apps to my new phone, Feels a bit like cheating but great fun to, This is a picture of the escalator at Kastrup Airport and the app used to make a sketch… Continue reading

Gulls on ice

It is a red-letter day in Sweden today so I had a look at Photoshoprecept, a swedish blog about digital imaging for a new idea to test. This is the result of my… Continue reading

Canal in Malmö, Sweden

Scenic Sunday:  The yellow house in the centre belonged to Frans Suell, who built the harbour and owned a tobacco company. The old beach line is aligned with the yellow house and the… Continue reading

Shadows and reflections

Shadow Sunday 2: In this shadowy photograph it is a bit tricky to see that it is a reflection in a mirror on Kastrup airport taken with a cell phone as I forgot to… Continue reading

Futurism

Travelling by Hyllie Station when I followed a family member to Kastrup Airport I forgot my big camera and had to make do with my new cell phone. Anyhow I managed to take… Continue reading

Vintage Weekly: Ruins – Visingsö castle

Vintage Weekly: This time, the images comes from Visingsö in the lake Vättern. Jan Guillou has written novels about the fictional person Arn – The Knight Templar who lived here. The novels are filmed. The… Continue reading

Ruins – Absalons castle

This time, the images come from Absalon’s Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark,  summer of 2011. The castle was built in 1167 and demolished in 1369. The Danish tv Christmas Calendar “The secret of Absalon” (Absalons Hemmelighed) in… Continue reading