Wednesday, March 10, 2010

It´s over now, see you on Webs...

This is the end of this blog!

I will, however, continue to write and post photographs on my blog over at Webs.

The adress is

There I´ll be using my native language, swedish. Hope to see you there!

Over and out

Saturday, January 30, 2010

This is a conundrum

What should I do now?

My photo-project seems to be going down the drain. For the moment it´s completely impossible for me to produce one fine art photograph a week. I´m not sure I could even produce one a month, either. Time is such a valuable thing. I need to balance work, sparetime and family. This meens no sparetime, and therefore no photography.

So what should I do with this blog? I would love to have this forum for me to display at least a small part of what I achieve when it comes to photography. Bur for now, we´re close to zero. Lately, familyphoto has been my main area. Extremely important documentations of our every-day life, but nothing one would want to share online. I really need to develop my photography. I need to develop as a photographer. Someone once said that photography is the language of light. Well, if that is so, then I have a serious stutter.

I guess, for now, this blog has to be a kind of a misc.-folder for me. Putting thoughts and, occasionally, one or two photographs online. I need to be able to combine photography and parenting in a way that doesn´t leave anyone unattended.

Sunday, October 04, 2009


Wow, my project works out perfect. Not! The last weeks I´ve had absolutely no time for photography. I´ve been forced to watch the beautiful autumn pass by without exposing a single frame to the cascade of colours. Hopefully that will change now. Starting my photo-fall, here is a creation of mine showing frosted leaves, one cold morning.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Nomomortia III

A dying flower embraced by spiders web.

This photograph is not as much a photograph as it is a graphic product, a collage. And even though I labeled it under 'one photo a week', the photo of the flower was taken last week, during my vacation. My blog, my rules!

The flower is one of the many interesting objects I found during my urban exploration field trip - in the countryside. An abandoned greenhouse with the doors wide open. I guess I was trespassing, but I left everything untouched. In this photograph I especially like the spiders web that is looking so soft, and is embracing the dead flower. And I love the fact that the dead flower still shines with beautiful colours.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Nomomortia II

Predator fly feeding on another insect.

The brutal nature, or the nature of brutality. Or just the way of nature...

I found this killer fly sucking the guts out of another fly on the wall of our sauna. Inspite of the photographs tragic tail, the two counterparts do fill their purposes in the depicted story - and in our reality. They play their parts par excellens.

Sunday, August 09, 2009

The Gift

A medallion in the palm of a childs hand.

My daughter holding a medallion, a gift by her godfather, my oldest friend. Looks pretty fine in B&W. I think I should try out some new angles on this subject.

Going away next week. I´m planning on doing a lot of photography. Not sure about uploading anything, though...

Friday, July 31, 2009

The devil is in the details

Detail of a flower

I recently discovered the - perhaps - cheapest way of starting macrophotography. It obviously requires a few lenses, but that shouldn't be a problem for just about anyone. This detail of a flower in my backyard was photographed with my D80, fitted with the 50mm. In front of the 50mm was a reversed Minolta AF 35-70 3.5-4.5, an old lens I used 15 years ago. No couplingrings, just a steady hand, some bluetack and a paperclip. In Memoriam MacGyver...