Tag: the arctic
Winter at the Arctic Circle
A short “Hello” from me about my recent travels to Iceland and New York, but mostly about how life is up in the north of Sweden in the wintertime, especially Kalix where I’m based. And what you can do up here during the winter.
Moose at Midnight
Some photos from my drive along Torneå River in Tornedalen last summer. And how homesickness sets in at the same time every year because summer is the best time in the arctic. And this is also where I’m from.
Look around you – pay attention
Focusing on what’s ahead and not fully paying attention to my surroundings is something I sometimes do. Like this time when I was driving though Swedish Lapland and almost missed The Laponian Gate, Lapporten.
You only regret the photos you don’t take
About my recent trip to the north of Sweden, to Lapland. Where I photographed off-piste skiing at Riksgränsen, in Sápmi country. And about photos that didn’t get taken, like one I Goa many years ago.
There’s nothing like it
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…