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Lakers Edge Cove

On a trip to Washington DC, back in 2009, I took a 2 ½-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 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 photoclub 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 place 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 southern 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 …

The Black Diamond

I was walking around Copenhagen with a very good friend of mine, we where just talking and enjoying the weather, I – of course – had brought my camera, and made a few photos here and there. This one is Read more …

Jefferson Memorial

I went out to shoot some night time photos in DC and forgot the camera shoe for my tripod.  Here, the camera is sat on the ground with a small stone under the lens to raise it a bit – Read more …

Chestnut Tree

My parents have this huge old chestnut tree in their garden, my dad have for many years wanted to cut it down, because when the leaves fall off in autumn it just messes up the whole garden, and he hates Read more …

Bumpercar

On a walk in the world famous amusement park Tivoli in Copenhagen, I made a stop by the bumper cars, to get some shots of them. I didn’t bring my tripod (don’t know why) but I was lucky to find a Read more …

Row 47

On a small photowalk through Copenhagen, with some friends from the local photo club, we came by Marmorkirken (which means “Marbel Church” in Dansih)Where we went inside, it’s a really cool place to shoot cause your are able to bringe Read more …

Tour Eiffel

Well there isn’t much to say about this photo, I was in Paris with my girlfriend, and of course I had to make a picture of the Eiffel Tower, and this one is the one I think worked out the Read more …

Brasserie

My girlfriend and I were on a weekend trip to Tourrette Sur Lupe, France in the spring of 2010. We had rented a car and most of the Saturday were spent on driving to the nearby towns, among them Point Sur Read more …

The Wanderer

In the winter, in Casablanca there is a very strong sea fog blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean, and it gives these very foggy beaches. This man and his horse is no more than 80-85 feet away from me.But you Read more …

Sutter

In Frederiksberg garden – Denmark, there is this tree that parents and their children use to “sacrifice” their pacifier, when the kids are too old to use it. “Sutter” is the Danish word for pacifiers. This photo is “straight out Read more …

Atlas Mountains View

In October 2009 I was on a one week vacation with a friend to Morocco. We spend most of the time in Marakesch, but we had a day in the Atlas mountains. This is the end point of our walk Read more …

Musician

On my trip to Washington DC in 2009, I was walking around by myself the last day, when I came across this fantastic guy. I made a few shoots, paid him some money and moved on, thinking that we both Read more …

Rolator

On a walk around Copenhagen with a good friend, we passed the Danish National Bank – the glass building in the background – here I spotted this old lady on the sidewalk on the other side of the road.I got Read more …

Exposures of Life: India

The second film in my “Exposures of Life” video series. This time we are in India, and not just in one city, here are clips from Jaipur, Agra & New Delhi among others. Music by: Johnny Ripper – “Never Again” Read more …

Farmer

This photo is made just outside Chiang Mai. We had hired a taxi driver to take us around the vicinity for a few hours. Some of the things we saw, were these two farmers who were in the process of Read more …

Passing By

After four days in Rishikesh in northern India, we were gonna take the train to New Delhi.We heard that you should go to Hardiwar in order to get a train to Delhi. But as we stood at the railway station Read more …

Pølsevogn

Pølsevognen (which means “Hot Dog Stand” in danish) serves the Danes favorite fast food – the hot dog. Personally I´am always having one on the way home after a good night out. Here is the recipe: (you may need to Read more …

Small Talk

On a summer holiday in Croatia in 2006, I went for a walk in the town of Rovinj. Here I passed these two amazing ladies, who where talking about all kind of things…… well I do not speak Croatian, so Read more …

H.C. Ørsted Lake

It’s time for a world premiere on the site, this is the first upload with a photo made with my new Nikon D3s and the Nikon GP-1 unit – so now it’s possible to see where images are made (click Read more …

The Fly

I walked pass this man on a street in Rishikesh in northern India. He just sat there and looked very thoughtful, I could’t resist making a photo of him, Which – like the fly on his hand – did not Read more …

Sharam

When we visited India in 2009, our first destination was Jaipur – popularly known as the Pink City – the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan, the city’s population is a little over 3.2 million people. It Read more …

Széchenyi Lánchíd

Well on our Eastern Europe trip we arrived in Budapest, where were stayed a few days. Budapest is a really beautiful city, on its own Eastern European way, and I mean that in a very positive way. Take a city Read more …

The Old Man From Croatia

On the earlier mentioned holiday through eastern Europe, we came to a small town in Croatia, which I unfortunately have forgotten the name of. While the four others went snorkeling, I picked up my camera and went for a walk in Read more …

Exposures of Life: Kiev

I’ve started a small video project, which in its simplicity is me recording slow-motion videos in the cities and countries I visit, and when I get home I find some music and cut a little film together, that hopefully gives Read more …

Enjoying a Beer at Noon

I had just received my – at the time – new Nikon D300 and was quick out the door to get it tested, it was fortunately a beautiful and sunny autumn day. I chose to go to Frederiksberg garden, a Read more …

Noir

This evening shoot of one of the many pleasant streets of Bologna, is from a five-day trip to the city in January 2007 with my girlfriend and in-laws. We went down there to hear my girlfriend’s brother play on Netmage Read more …

Night on the Hill

My girlfriend was going to Washington DC for 3 days to hold a lecture, we decided to make a little vacation out of it, and booked the hotel for a total of 10 days. I must admit that DC wasn’t Read more …

After the Party

A couple of friends are haveing this returning mini music festival in their garden called “Lillely Live”. Since the crowd was about to move inside, and therefore there were no more people in the front yard, I was abel two putt Read more …

Vietnam Memorial Wall

The Vietnam war memorial wall in Washington DC, is a very impressive and thought-provoking work, it holds all the names of U.S. soldiers who died during the war (58,159). But it made me think about how many Vietnamese died in Read more …

Kronborg

This is the castle where Shakespeare’s famous story of Hamlet unfolds. In the basement of the castle Holger Danske is sleeping, the legend says that if Denmark is attacked, he will wake up and defend the Danes against the enemy. The Read more …

Somewhere in the capital

I had been working a night shift and were finished around midnight. I had my camera with me, in order to make some photos on the way home (which I do very often, as you will find out, if you Read more …

Reflections of a cloud

After three weeks in a mobile home with four friends through Eastern Europe, we ended up in Berlin on a Friday where we had to fly back to Denmark, Monday, so we had a weekend in the fantastic capital of Read more …

Trees

At Easter, I was visiting my in-laws, after a sumptuous Easter lunch, we would get out and take a walk in the nearby forest, as we always do when we’ve eaten too much at the holidays, I brought my camera Read more …

Welcome to my house

This is a part of a house I stayed in when I had a 14 days tv-shot on Bornholm in May 2007. Bornholm is the second easternmost point of Denmark (Ertholmene is the easternmost) and it is the only place Read more …

Go, going, gone

This photo was made in Washington DC’s subway, as I stood there and waited for my train to arrive, I decided to shoot some photos of the arriving trains to kill time. It is a lucky shot, cause you are Read more …

The blue shadowed house

The First photo is from a one-day photo trip with some of the guys from the Nikon photo club, we spent an entire day at Stevns, a peninsula on the east coast of Zealand, if you go to Stevns Church, Read more …