Sports and cars. That would be my two biggest blind spots. When people talk about the hockey game last night or some new car on the market, my eyes go blank and my mind wander off to some place more interesting. Like what to eat for dinner. And I hate cooking.
October 4 was not a day like any other. It was the day when Perrine and Stefan got married. And I had the privilege of documenting it all with my camera.
Scotland, you pretty thing you. It can go months when I do not think about you at all, but then it just hits me how much I miss you.
The nature. The history. The people.
There is just something about you that keeps me coming back.
New York. One of those places you have to see, and before you even arrive you know you’re going to love it. Expectations were high when I got on the plane a few weeks ago and headed to JFK.
And I was not disappointed.
If I don’t start this story with that phrase, no one would believe that I’ve actually been to Costa Rica. So, there it is. Pura Vida! A phrase that means “pure life”, but is basically used in every way possible. Hippies getting high all day? Pura Vida! Response from the mechanic who accidently drilled a large screw into the inside of your car? Pura Vida! (True story.)
These are a few of the highlights from my recent trip to Costa Rica, collected in one huge blog post.
About a month ago I recieved a mail on Facebook. It was from Nadine, who wanted some photographs while pregnant and got my name from a common friend (thank you so much for that, Karolina!).
A couple of weeks ago, my little sister graduated from high school. The rain was pouring down, and it was pretty much impossible to get an image from the actual graduation due to too many umbrellas in a small area.
About a month ago, me and my friend Anna-Carin decided to take some photographs. Not just for fun, but also to remember this time in her life. You know, having another life growing inside of you is not something you do everyday. (Except for nine months, but you get my point.)
This is (probably) the last bunch of photographs from me and Lorraine’s spontaneous photoshoot a couple of weeks ago. See part one here and part two here. Hope you like it!
We took a lot of photographs this weekend, so here comes part two. With a bit of a different feel to them.
Today me and my friend Lorraine decided to do a spontaneous photoshoot. The theme was street and dance and well, I’m lucky to have such photogenique friends!
A couple of hours from Noosa (where I stayed after Kroombit) is Australia Zoo. You know, home of the Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin.