the tree project
During the years that I have been photographing, every now and then I have asked myself the question what I want to achieve with my work. Do I want to affect many people only a little, or fewer people but… Continue reading
These were shot the other day when I was walking my dog (again). The sun was shining, it is finally fall here in Västerås, Sweden, and I really do like and enjoy the shadows that dance everywhere.
And when there… Continue reading
These are trees that lives around my parents summer house. Well, some of them, one might argue, are actually dead. Chopped down, anyway. Being a bit jumpy in my thoughts today, it makes me think of the discussion I had… Continue reading
I have been out of town for a day. Not long, I know, but I got two cats at home and can’t stay away for very long. Just the way I like it. Anyway; I brought my camera and while… Continue reading
I have to admit that I love these photographs – all three of them. When you focus on details like this, what you see becomes whole new worlds. The macro in the micro – really. It’s amazing.
These photographs were… Continue reading
If you haven’t really thought about it yet, you may notice that I tend to focus on details. It’s weird, the way your seeing works. I’m much better at seeing the details in certain things, than seeing the whole thing.… Continue reading
One of the slogans I’ve used during the years, is Do you see what [eye c]? It is actually very accurate. It is not very likely that we see the same in a tree or anything else, for that… Continue reading
For some reason, I look at the world as if it was a series of images put together. I can’t explain it in any other way, I think. The images are already there, ready to be plucked by someone who… Continue reading
Welcome back to Exhibit.nu – now in the shape and form of a photoblog, combined with a showcase for my photographic work. I’m all excited about this, and a little bit scared that I won’t deliver to the degree I… Continue reading