MOMENTS IN TIME, CAPTURED

No one is blank to photography. Images of the world, of people, of plants and animals, have always intrigued us. Some images stay in our minds forever. They inspire us to explore, to learn more. Photography can make an impression that lasts. Images can make us stop to reflect on the way we live and behave, and provoke change. They may even make us better as human beings.
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GET CREATIVE, FEEL INSPIRED

Photography is a great way to harness your creativity. Digital cameras are everywhere and pictures are produced en masse. Being conscious about your photography can greatly improve the images you produce. Mindfulness is a term that comes to mind. Being present in the now, being perceptive about the context, of the light and the shadows, and of capturing that ever elusive moment. That is what photography is all about.

We live in a global sharing culture, and this is where I share with you the sights that inspire me to be creative, and my thoughts about the matter. In a small way, it is my celebration to photography. Hopefully, my images tickle your mind and inspire your creativity too. Feel free to enjoy, and to feel inspired…
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RECENT BLOG POSTS

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VARBERG
July 21, 2018

A walk along the coastal promenade in the city of Varberg is pure magic, no matter what the weather is like. The summer of 2018 will go down in history for many reasons, not least the evening skies.

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GETTERÖN
July 25, 2018

The Getterön (Goat Island) peninsula is a popular place in summer, with numerous small beaches to choose from. It is a great location for photographers to explore when the sun sets.

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ÅRNÄS
July 31, 2018

Just a short trip from Varberg lies the Årnäs peninsula, with a nature conservation area at the point towards the ocean. There are so many opportunities here that makes for great photographs.

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