Category: iPhone photography
They’re horses, not ponies
My meeting with the Icelandic horses during my visit in January and a reflection about using a camera versus using the camera that’s in my phone. Also a bit about the benefits of entering photo contests and the iPhone Photography Awards.
Gran Canaria, you surprised me!
My travels along the winding roads in the mountains of Gran Canaria. A bit about landscape photography too and why not a mobile phone is the best option to capture the scenery.
Feeling the warm sun against my skin
My iPhone photography from my first days in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. Sometimes the phone surprise me with what it can do. Like capturing a bird in flight. So use your phone for photos too, at least you have a memory of how you saw the world.
A house full of hearts
Finding special places where you don’t expect to find them is one of my favourite things. And finding a house full of hearts and poems was very special when I was I Sagres, Portugal.
I’ve been traveling again. From Stockholm to Norrbotten, to Sagres in Algarve, Portugal and then back to Norrbotten again. My personal guide and reflections to what I liked to do in Sagres illustrated with my photos, and of course, surfing and cats.
I’ve finally gotten to set up my web shop on Shopify, starting small with three products but will be adding, and removing the store.
I visited The Blanco Museum here in Ubud, Bali and found it to be most inspiring. Like I usually do when looking at paintings since that’s where I learned the most about photography.
Batu Bolong, Bali, Indonesia 2022
Photos I took of people on the beach, and by the temple, in Batu Bolong, Bali, March 2022. And my thoughts of what differentiates a photograph from a snap. And also, some life advice from Philthy Taylor from Motörhead.
You can’t always get what you want, you get what you need
A summary of what I’ve been up to here my first week in Bali when returning after two years. And of course, some photos, from my iPhone this time.
And I continue
I continue waking up early in the mornings, getting on my bike, being stunned by the beauty of the city and feeling fully present while I’m swimming in the waters around Stockholm. Sounds pretentious, but it’s true. And usually it’s the best part of the day.