Month: February 2015


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 […]


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, […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]