#151 About a Picture

As the days get shorter and shorter in Sweden, I look back at the longest day of the year. In June the Swedish nights are short. In the most northern parts, the sun is up all night. We are now at the turning point between light and dark. From now on the nights will be…

#124 Lennart – A Swedish Photographer

Many of you may have seen the book “A child is born” – perhaps one of the most sold Photo books in the world. The book was made in the first edition back in 1965, by the Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson (1922-2017). I remember seeing the pictures when I was younger, not thinking much about…

#120 About a picture

It was in the middle of the summer of 2020. A cloudy, but still warm day. My son is taking a nap in the garden. It was when we almost had started to forget Covid. Boy were we wrong…

#116 Project Update

As a step in my on going project ”Nature Reserves in Östergötland” I today visited the one closest to home; Solberga. I have driven past the sign hundreds of times the last twenty years, but never stopped. Today I did. Like most Nature Reserves, Solberga probably shows it best side in the summertime, but I…

# 105 What to do on a sunday?

Sunday. The Corona Virus is again shutting down parts of the society in Sweden. The area where I live is one of the parts that now has a rising amount of infected. Those who can should work from home and we must stay out of stores, librarys and other public places. What can you take…

#74 How to shoot kids sports – 10 tips

Are you like me? Do you take photos of your kids as they play football, handball, floorball or what ever sport they do? I have done that for more than ten years now. During this time I often asked my self how I could do something new and/or more creative – and also what to…