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Almost full moon

After a dance class yesterday night I passed the Stockholm City Hall (that’s where the Nobel Prize Banquet is held after the annual Nobel Prize ceremony) on my way home. The almost full moon made me stay, to admire the dramatically lit up tower. To […]

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WPC: Reward

After months of darkness, temperatures below zero and very quiet birds, we are finally experiencing some changes. The light returns slowly, birds have started singing – discretely – and the bulbs are preparing their annual performance. To me, that is certainly a reward – the […]

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Predictable

Those violet and vanilla tints provide me with energy. And at the moment, I just love flower photos. My friend says: “Flowers are predictable. You expect them to be pretty, and they are. There is nothing surprising with a photo of beautiful flowers… It would […]

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WPC: Rule of thirds

“The Rule of Thirds is a photography concept that puts the subject of the photograph off-center, which usually results in blank space in the rest of the image.” Yesterday, I visited the opening of an exhibition of architectural photos, originally produced by the Barbican Centre, […]

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Thursday Special: Red

Though the parsley undoubtedly is green and yellow – due to the withering process – and the table cloth is orange, I think this is a red picture. The still life from my kitchen table with some red vases is my contribution to the Thursday […]

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Sunday morning

Indoors: flowers, plenty of flowers. Outdoors, there is still lots of snow – and icicles. Kids are sledging in the park. But for the first time in months, there is direct sun light into the living room. (The close-up is is taken with my new […]

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WPC: Scale

These pictures, taken only few days after the winter solstice, show a part of the famous Skogskyrkogården/ the Woodland Cemetery where I often go walking. There was frost in the grass, but the setting sun made the colors look warmer. Seen against the huge lawn […]

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