Month: July 2013

Havana: blue and green

Street photo from Havana. Bright blue, turquoise and petrol green – the colours of the Cuban sky and sea – are frequently seen in this large, fascinating city.  And in daytime, everywhere, there are people walking, biking, playing, working. Everybody’s on their feet. To me this […]


Life is easy

Göteborg is a city with a system of canals from the 17th century, English-style parks with old, beautiful trees and several magnificent palaces. But Göteborg is also a post-industrial town with unattractive buildings of varying ages and origins, major highways that cross the residential areas […]


The river

It takes about eight minutes by bike to get there. To the river, the bridge and the ships. The other evening there were people swimming, drinking, playing  – even some couples practicing their dance skills, to milongas from a portable sound system. I spent some […]


Along the Malecon of Havana

A glimpse from the Malecon (officially Avenida de Maceo) of Havana, Cuba. When I returned home after my vacation in Cuba in april, I had problems with my photos. Or, not the photos, but the context – showing them here. I thought about exoticism and how a colonialist way […]


After eight

After eight (PM) is the perfect time of day on my balcony. It’s facing northwest and there is rarely sunlight. And Göteborg is a windy city. That means having a drink and/or a chat on the balcony very seldom is pleasant – it is simply […]


Travel theme: Simplicity

Yet another photo challenge; Ailsas Travel theme: Simplicity. A good thing about these challenges is that you suddenly can find the right context for photos taken but never published. And you find new bloggers, with various interpretations of the theme. This time, I chose two […]


Soulstore Rosenlund

The music you hear in the speakers while you are sipping your caffé latte is for sale at the counter, and if you like the easychair or sofa you are seated in, you can buy that, too. Plus the book you were reading… The book- […]