This is all from the last day of our Sicilian holiday this summer. Catania. In the sweltering heat of July. Sunny, hot and full of life and history. We visited a lovely restaurant and just walked around the city centre most of the day.
Ah Sicily! We were there a week in July. So hot, so sunny, so nice! And we went to the tourist haven Taormina. Where everything is beautiful. So that makes it really easy to go crazy with the camera. So many beautiful details, interesting people, situations and lots of funny dogs!
Another day down south in Skåne we went for a walk on the beach and the hills close to Brösarp. My niece Elli met some old friends grazing the meadows. And we went down to the sand dunes and looked out onto the Baltic.
During my latest trip to Thailand I practiced some street photography and stealing looks and faces from people I didn’t know. Or most of them anyway. While I might be a very natural and confident portrait photographer with my clients and friends I find it quite hard to just to get the photos I’d like… Read More »
We went to Lithuania last year, spent a few days in Vilnius. It’s an interesting mix of new and old, restored and decadent architecture right in the city centre. I enjoyed the walks, the small narrow streets and alleys. Birds on top of statues and buildings. Small details like pipes and signs on walls. Bugs… Read More »
Walking around a city I like being a tourist and snapping the tourist shots but I also am drawn to details in architecture and nature. These are just a few photos from a walk around Karlstad, and the Lars Lerin gallery.
Last year we went to Karlstad, to see a concert and another part of Sweden. After the concert we walked home through the failing light making the pictures go from apparent daylight called the Swedish summer twilight to the blue hour of the Swedish summer.
On a mini vacation in Tallinn with my love. Enjoying the architecture, feeling the snow flakes on my face and eating dinner at Granma’s place.
In November last year we were in Oslo for a few days. I saw, as always, mostly details, graffitis and was happy to see all the cool statues in the Vigeland Park. Here are a few of the “people” I met.