• Moody landscape

    As spring is arriving in a fast pace, I suppose I should be mooning over images of budding flowers, gardening…? But going through some old photos (as one does from time to time!) I felt inspired to do some moody landscapes. I do not really do much landscapes, so maybe its time I did?!  I picked this one from a beach on Crete, it was a windy autumn day, and the storm was gathering strength: *I thought I might as well do a “before and after” for You 🙂

  • Travel photography and documentation

    I photograph a lot of different things when I visit new places; anything from the local people, historical sites, buildings and well…pretty much anything you can think of! I often reflect on why I have chosen to photograph a particular thing, was it because it was pretty or said something special about the place? Was it because I wanted to ‘document’? I suppose any photograph is documentation of some sort, just look at the millions of seemingly ordinary people and things that can now be seen on Instagram, for example. When I visit places with ‘social issues’ such as poverty, I try and take extra care in how I document…

  • 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! It kind of grows on you…I mean; those cute cats everywhere (I love cats :), beautiful mosques and ancient buildings (I LOUUVVEEE buildings), and oh my gosh: the food is fan-fantastic! Is that enough adjectives for you? No?? How about intriguing smells, people who talk very fast in order to make a sale, hot Mediterranean water, trees with delicious olives, pomegranates, lemons and…and… and… The main…