Monthly Archives: August 2014

Two Boats a Bridge and a Sunrise

Back in March, my friend Tobias and I, got up before sunrise and headed out to Dragør Fort, to catch the sunrise. Unfortunately there where no cool looking clouds on the sky that morning, but we still got away with Read more …

Racing Through the Tunnel

Made while driving through one of the many tunnels in Iceland. For your information I wasn’t driving while I made this one, my brother was. And it’s another great example, to convince you that’s it is a good idea to Read more …

Goose tower times two

This is the icon of the city I was born in, it’s called the goose tower, because at the top of it, there is a golden goose, put there by the king to tease the enemy, at that time it Read more …

Park Lane

Ahh every time I look at my photos from New York, I get an urge to go back there and make a lot more photos, The plane tickets are getting very cheap……. This photo from Park Lane, which you’ll find Read more …

The Hut in the Hills

I wasn’t to lucky with the weather when I was in the Dolomites, Italy last year, I was there for a week and I think it rain or there where grey skies 75% of the time. This is a photo Read more …

The Three Trees

One morning when I was up around sunrise, to see if there was anything interesting to photograph, I saw these three tress high up on a hill, and thought that with their different shapes, they would make a really nice Read more …

Sun Sets over Casablanca

This one was made from the top of the hotel I was staying at, when I was in Casablanca for a few days, back in 2009. HDR made from 5 RAW exposures.

Fire Escape

I got a thing for these cool looking fire escapes, you see on the buildings in the US.

Wet Stones

I’m a rock music kind of guy, I hear all kinds of music, pop, classic and so on, but my preferred genre is rock, and what I dislike the most is techno kind of music. So this recommendation is really Read more …

Purple and Blue

I love how colorful, they paint their houses in Mongolia, this one is from Dalanzadgad, the last big city before you head into the “real” Gobi Dessert.

A Sunny Day in Copenhagen

A thing a have to do some more, is to get out and walk around the city with my Fujifilm x100s, and do some street photography. Here are a few photos from such a day. All in black and white Read more …

Vágar Waterfall

I don’t think that is the name of this waterfall, but it is on the island Vágar, So I named it “Vágar Waterfall”. Here’s a photo My friend Brian made of me, while I was making this photo. See if you Read more …

Limestones at Møns Klint

From my sunrise trip to Møn’s Klint back in April, I used my ND filter to get as long an exposure as possible, in order to get the water as still as possible.

Colima Volcano Panorama

I thought it was time for a panorama photo, it’s been a while since I posted one. This one is from Mexico, and it’s the Colima volcanos – hence the title – you can only see one of them, the Read more …

Further Out the Road

When you spend a great amount of time, sitting in a car, getting from point a to b. You just have to make the best of it, and it is quiet a challenge to try to make some decent photos Read more …

The Beginning of a Days Work

I was on my way out of the hotel in Casablanca – wanted to get out and explorer – when I looked down the stairs and saw this woman on her way up. I waited a few seconds to get Read more …

Bücher

Made on the streets of Vienna, on a walk back from a flea-market, where I found a few old plastic cameras. One of them being the Naikei 1000-x which I’ve come to like quiet a bit.

El Reflection

HDR made from 5 exposures, which came from the Olympus OM-D E-M5, micro 4/3 camera. I’m really amazed by what you can get out of that little guy. I used a ND filter to get a long exposure time, in Read more …

The Monk and His Mobile

I was stand high on the “Golden Mount” waiting for some sunset colors – this was before I found out that they closed the temple before the sun went down – when I looked down on the level below, here Read more …

The Blue Fog at Crater Lake

Last year I went on a 5 weeks drive from San Francisco to Seattle. One of my many stops on the way was Crater Lake, I stayed there for two and half days – could have used a whole lot Read more …

The Clown in the Middle

I just couldn’t stand for the clown in the middle of this bumper car ride, so I had to make a photo of him.

Reeds in Light of a Setting Sun

Today I work up to the sad news that Robin Williams was dead, he was definitely one of my favorite American comedian and actor. Here’s a clip from one of my favorite movie of all time, Terry Gilliam’s “Fisher King”. Read more …

The Church in Kastrup

I was confirmed in this church when I was 14, I was suppose to be confirmed in another church, but because I made to much trouble, the priest banned me from his church and refused to confirm me. So I Read more …

The Mill

A photo I made on a walk around this old fort, not so far from where I live. Actually it’s placed right in the middle of Copenhagen.

The Back Road to Yosemite

I’m a bit under the weather today, getting better though. But I think the thing with starting work the day after arrival wasn’t such a good idea. Lesson learned. Here’s a photo from last year, this is the road leading Read more …

The Branch on the Beach

Back in DK, jetlaged and going to work in a moment….. welcome home, buddy!

The Smoker III

I’m still running around Beijing, trying to find good spots to photograph in shitty weather, it’s been all misty here the last three days. which makes the sky flat and grey, and really not photo friendly. So today’s photo is Read more …