Category Archives: Miscellaneous

What If?

A bit of Samyang fisheye macro photography, made in Rold Skov (Rold Forest) here in DK (Denmark).

Yosemite Sunset

The sun is setting over the always beautiful Yosemite National Park.

Fishing on a Muddy River

Today’s photo is from Battambang, Cambodia. But that’s not what this post is gonna be about. Because I wanna tell you that a photo that I donated to The Parthenon, a museum in Nashville, Tennessee in USA, is up on Read more …

Alone in a Sailboat

Made this one on the first day, on my recent coast to coast hike across England.

Bringing Home the Goods

I stood on this spot for about an hour, trying to capture the people driving by. When panning in the same direction as your subject is moving, you can get the blurry background (aka motion blur), it takes a bit Read more …

Woods Creek, California

A view of Woods Creek in California, USA, Which I just happened to pass by, on my 6 weeks road trip back in 2010.

Oxholm Skoven

As I wrote a week ago, I’m in Jutland at the moment, and hopefully I’ll get out and capture a bunch of awesome photos while I’m here. This one is from my last visit up here, where I went out Read more …

Cigarette Break

A bit of street photography for you today. This one is from Tokyo, Japan. Where I was lucky enough to capture this guy on his cigarette break.

Walking & Texting

It’s been a while since I posted an analog photo. Here’s one I made on my trip to Austria with my girlfriend back in the summer of 2012. It’s made with a camera I bought on a flea market in Read more …

The Little House in the Valley

This one is from somewhere along the road, on my coast to coast hike last month. We weren’t to lucky with the weather, we had grey and doll weather most of the hike. But then you just have to think Read more …

In the Phone Booth

Another one from my 50mm prime only night out in Tokyo.

Another Walk in the Cemetery

Yesterday I saw the documentary movie “The Salt of the Earth” which is made by Wim Wenders and is a portrait of the Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado. I had never heard about him before, and what a shame. His is Read more …

The Flower and the Bee

Another one from my hike across England. Well this one could have been made anywhere I guess, but it is from Robin Hood’s Bay, trust me.

Bike Riding Under the Bridge

I found this really sweet spot under “Langebro” (Long Bridge) on my way home from work, I didn’t have that much time to spend there. but I did capture this one, in the 10 minutes I was standing there. Have Read more …

It Sometimes Starts with Water Falling

A different view of the famous “Seljalandsfoss” waterfall in Iceland. The most used view is the one from behind the waterfall or like this one, which I made just before I got to this spot. I admit the other one Read more …

H

A while back I finally got to visit “Cisternerne” (cisterns in English) which is an underground location in a  park near my home. They have various exhibitions there. at the moment it’s “H” by Ingvar Cronhammar. And it is really worth a Read more …

Follow the Road Ahead

And leave the past behind.

Ancient India

Here’s an old photo from my trip to India, back in 2009. And it is one of those photos where I took me some time to figure out what I need to do to it in post. And it wasn’t Read more …

Horse & Window

I spend a lot of time walking around La Huera, Mexico. While I was evacuated here for a week, back in 2011. One day I came by this horse, tied to the window, I found the whole scene a bit Read more …

Bright Lights, Little Flower

A big happy fourth of July, to all my American friends and followers.

Indian Symmetry

If your in Jaipur, India. Then the Pink Palace is quiet a sight to see. I always find it amazing to go around looking at all the detailed carvings, you find everywhere in places like this.

Scaup Lake Reflected

Just got back, from my hike across the UK, what at trip, it was my first really hiking trip, but is sure not gonna be the last one. Just copying the photos on to my hard drive “as we speak” Read more …

Train Tracks to Eternity

Well I said in my last post, that I would post as many photos from my UK hike as possible. But I must said, the hiking takes a lot more of my energy, then I thought it would. I simply Read more …

Let’s Hit the Road

As I wrote yesterday; I’m going on a 18 days trip to England tomorrow. My idea is to post as many photos from the trip, during the trip, as possible. So expect to see a lot of mobile photos, here Read more …

WWII Airmen Memorial Cemetery

Svinø cemetery is the memorial grove of Allied airmen who were shot down during WW2. By virtue of its location and geographical linkage to Flyvestation Avnø. Svinø was chosen as a burial site for the downed airmen in South Sealand, Read more …

Panorama of a Great Place

I hiked up here, on my first trip to the Faroe Islands. I wasn’t – and still isn’t – in a very good shape, and the hike almost killed me. In two days, I’m going to England, to hike across Read more …

Church in a Yellow Field

There is nothing that says Spring is here, then the yellow canola fields. I love it, when you can drive around the countryside and see and smell them all over. This photo is from a trip to northern Jutland, earlier this Read more …

Enjoy the Merry Go-round

The Wurstelprater amusement park, aka “Prater”, stands in one corner of the Wiener Prater park and includes the Wiener Riesenrad, (The Vienna Giant Wheel) which is famous for appearing in the Orson Welles movie “The Third Man” from 1949. I also Read more …

Fog on Ny Carlsberg Street

Today’s it’s one of my best friends Tobias Bagge’s birthday. Happy birthday, buddy. I made this photo earlier this year, on a awesome night out with Tobias. There was an super cool fog all over Copenhagen that night, and with Read more …

A Rose for Your Name

A 100 years ago today, women got the right to vote here in Denmark. It is a little crazy to think of, that only a 101 years ago they didn’t have the right to. Happy anniversary to women’s right to Read more …

After a Hard Days Work

I love photographing people walking up this stairwell at night, when it’s only lid by the street light, standing right next to it.

Candy Girl

I caught this candy eating girl, walking towards me in some corridor, in Battambang, Cambodia.

Nature and the City

Well it’s official now it’s summer, ahh really been looking forward to it, bring on the warm weather! I made this photo just “before” summer last year, but I think there is a whole lot of summer in this one, Read more …

Mongolian Portrait #1

Man I wish I had spend a lot more time on getting portraits of the Mongolian people, when I was there last year. But I didn’t…. well guess I just found my excuse to go back there one day. This Read more …

Silhouette of a Swan

Caught on an evening I was out hunting sunset in northern Jutland. I had to wait a few minutes for the swan to swim in to the right position.

Head Towards the Light

Just found out that photographer Mary Ellen Mark, passed away two days ago. I really admire her work, and I have seen a few interviews with her as well, she seamed like such a cool person, and she was always Read more …

Puerto Vallerta Pano

This is a 3 photo stitched panorama made out of the window of the plane, as I was leaving Puerto Vallerta in Mexico, back in the winter of 2011.

Jaigarh Fort

This is a panorama made from 5 photos, and it’s the view of the Jaigarh Fort as you see it from the Amber Palace, Jaipur, India

Super Soft Ice

I had a amazing time when I was in London back in 2010, I attended a workshop with Trey Ratcliff and I stayed at a good friends place the weekend I was there. and to top it all off, I Read more …

Copenhagen Skyline… or Maybe Not

I just launched a project I been working on for a while now – with my good friend Henrik Wessmann – it’s called kbh.pictures, it’s a homage to the city I live in, the capital of Denmark – Copenhagen. the site Read more …

Sunset at Utterslev Marsh

An evening after work I had planed to photograph the huge church – the Grundtvigs church in NV – at sunset, but when I got up there I didn’t really find it that interesting at the moment – thought it Read more …

Skyscraper Sun Flare

I found this rather cool spot, when you get this nice mixture of the modern skyscrapers and some of the old housing in Singapore. And what was even nicer was that I found it in the morning and the sun Read more …

Hey, What Are You Looking at?

The first time I was in Thailand, I went to see the spot for the bridge on the river Kwai, A cool place to see if your a WWII and movie buff like I am. I got this photo on Read more …

The Two Shadows

Well I guess this must go under the term street photography, even tough there aren’t any streets in many of the small towns in Mongolia, it’s sort of like one big square with houses and shops on it.

Horseshoe Bend Panorama

Stitch made out of 15 separate photos. A little advise when your making stitched panoramas, turn your camera vertical and make the pano that way. of course you need more photos to make the photo, but your get a bit Read more …

Gone Fishing…

Went out early to catch me some sunrise, but was meet by this incredible morning fog. So I had to change my photography plans, and make some morning fog photos instead. Which was cool enough by the way.

Ladybug

First Ladybug I saw this year, that must mean that summer is here, right?