Reindeer at midday
I did a road trip to the place I grew up in, Övertorneå in Swedish Tornedalen close to the Arctic Circle and Tornea River, where I met some reindeer. I’m doing a short summary of the culture, history and activities you can do all year round in these parts of the world.
Let’s protect the sea while it’s still there – and we’re still here
My underwater photographs that I took in Amed, East Bali this spring and it’s also my contribution to Aquatech Image Solutions contest “The Life of a Water Photographer”. And some notes of what made me feel completely connected to the whole world.
I got nominated!
My contribution to International Photo Awards that got noticed and nominated. My thoughts, and some tips, about the nomination now that the contest is over, and I’ve let it all sink in that I was among the finalists.
I’ve visited places where only music used to take me
A summary of what I’m doing and a realisation of how much time it takes to set up a photography business, like keeping up on social media, entering competitions and trying to get noticed. And, a declaration of love to the city of London.
I think I’ve figured it out
Reflections about my travels and photography during the pandemic. And if, and why, I might have PTSD and life in general. Also, photos to two photo exhibitions.
Things I take for granted
Maybe I have a bit of coming home blues or, I don’t know but I miss living close to the sea where I can take surf photos at Tanah Lot, which is one of Balis most famous temples.
M.I.A. – Missing In Action
What I’ve been up to, or down below in the sea, lately. A recap of my last weeks in Bali and what I’ve learned about underwater photography. And, an explanation why I’ve not had the time to blog at all.
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.
Oh, I have a printshop too.
Dropping the news that I have a printshop. East Coast Memories is one of the collections on my Smugmug site.
“Blue lines are the reason why the temple had to shatter”
Finally when I got here, I understood the line “Blue lines are the reason why the temple had to shatter” from the Massive Attack song. Also, a description of how my brain works when I’m in photography-mode, and that water is just a gigantic reflecting mirror sometimes.