Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Red Roofs of Prague

This one is made in Prague, The Czech Republic in the spring of 2003 with my – at the time – brand new Nikon F70, my very first Nikon camera. I wont say that much about this photo, cause I Read more …

Lakers Edge Cove

On a trip to Washington DC, back in 2009, I took a 2 Ā½-day driving tour of the surrounding area, it took me among other places, to Virginia Beach, where this photo was made.It was the first time I tried Read more …

The Grid

Well here’s and old one, in 2006 I was in London for the first time in my life, and I must admit that it’s a very cool city to stay in. This photo is from the British museum, which it’s Read more …

When Nature Takes Over

In May 2010 I was in Ukraine with some of the guys from the photo club that I’m a member of, we went there to visit the radio active zone in and around Chernobyl and Pripyat, it’s a very creepy Read more …

I Was Here First

On my way to the Atlas mountains in Morocco – where I shoot this beauty – we came by a parking lot where some guy had his three dromedarys “parked”, I asked the driver to make a short stop, cause Read more …

My Very First Time

Well, this is my younger brother, father and mother on a camping ground somewhere in Germany sometime in the early 80’s. It’s the earliest photo I can find, with me behind the trigger, and that makes it my very first Read more …

Courmes

After driving around the mountains for a few hours, the road ended in this small town called Courmes, my guess would be that there was about 50 people living here, after walking around the town for a bit, I headed Read more …

The Gap

The is made on a beach near the small town of Nyraad in the southernĀ part of Sealand, Denmark. I walked from the town through a forest to get to this point, all the way out there I was hoping for Read more …

For Mumtaz Mahal

Im have been so lucky to have seen the Taj Mahal in Agra India, it’s certainly on my “things you have to see before you die” list It’s an incredible piece of architecture, and a beauty to look at. Well Read more …