About my first attempt at water photography in Ericeira, Portugal. Was going to take photos of surfers, didn’t but discovered a Wes Anderson hotel. … More Swimming with camera
I’ve always been obsessed by water, it started when I was really young and sitting in a water tub in our sauna until my fingers looked like raisins and continued with me happily swimming in the cold Torneå River while my friends had blue lips and were freezing their asses off. But not me. And … More The gang’s all here
When I was spending every winter in India practicing Ashtanga yoga, we did our yoga practice for two hours super early in the morning six days a week and on our day off we sometimes got up super early and visited a temple. To get to this we left around 4 in the morning, or … More India and those amazing temples
Photos I’ve taken this week, seems like so much have been pink. Tried to photograph the northern lights that appeared behind my house, took 35 photos out of them one is sort of sharpish. All in all, been a good week.
It doesn’t depend on what women are doing, like succeeding in a sport where men have dominated for a very long time or playing with their child, all these activities should be considered equally important and women should be valued, respected and treated, the same way men traditionally have been. Women and men are equals. … More It’s every day, International Women’s Day
When you look at my surf photos it might seem like there’s only one surfer in the water when actually, there are many. And most of my photos looks like the ones above, a bit messy, but I like them more than the clean shots. They’re depicting the beautiful sea and the movement in the … More It might seem like there’s only one thing going on
The light is already starting to come back, today we got 4 minutes and 35 seconds more daylight. And when the weather is like this it’s a noticeable difference. There’s nothing quite like the light up here in the winter months and one of the reasons I moved back up north. Also, there’s open spaces … More There’s nothing like it
One year ago I was in Polhena, Sri Lanka, swimming with my camera and I met the Indian woman in the photo above and she basically wanted me to say that India is better than Sri Lanka. In my reply to her I could hear the reply the old man who does the accounting at … More You can’t compare countries
I see no difference between how the mama monkey looks at her baby and how a human looks at their baby. And it’s sort of the same with how I see myself and what I do, there’s hardly any difference between living in the north of Sweden and in Sri Lanka. I basically do the … More I see no difference
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.