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Snowy Hovdala castle and archaeology memories

During last weekend I went off on a little excursion, to take some winter photos before this cold season ends. And that was apparently a good idea, because currently, its +5 degrees and the snow, which was lying so thick and beautiful, has melted…

31 January, 2016
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The TV castle

Do you remember the Christmas calender show “The Mystery at Greveholm” (Mysteriet på Greveholm)?  It was the 1996 version of a long standing Swedish tradition, and it was actually set at the castle of Hjularöd in south Sweden. In the mid 90’s I was…

10 November, 2015
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Things that appear by accident in your photographs..

Castles for birds Sometimes photographs capture things you didn’t know existed, small details in a landscape or on a building that you missed when you were too busy looking through the viewfinder for the perfect composition. This happened to me when I went to…

17 March, 2013
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South Turkey

If one is to summarize Turkey into one word, it would have to be: COLOUR. Colourful people, skies, knick-knacks and mosques dominate what I think about when I think about Turkey. So far I have been there twice, and I will certainly go back!…

18 September, 2012
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Istanbul minnen

Aya İrini Kilisesi – Hagia Irene Som den “kyrkofil” jag är (är ju faktiskt arkeolog också, inte bara fotograf, tänka sig!) så var det naturligtvis moskéernas dramatiska siluetter som drog mig mot Turkiets grandiosa stad en kall vårvecka 2011. Ja, nu sa jag ju…

25 July, 2012