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I just got home from a couple of literary days at the Göteborg Book Fair Bok&Bibliotek. Among the many interesting people I talked and listened to was Mattias Ronge, who was talking about his new book “Den girige”. His book is a thrilling tale of what can happen when people want more than they need, and more than they can handle.
I asked him if he’d pose for a few shots, and this is one of those.
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20-some years ago meets now. I got the idea for this at Dear Photograph. A technique I’m determined to try out more.
The idea is also to add a text adressed to the photograph. For this photo:
20-some years ago we spent countless days together, building and playing. Now the house has changed, as so have we.
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A painter on Place du Tertre in Montmartre, Paris who’s been at it for quite some time. Crazy, tacky and cool place
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I attended the next library unconference a couple of weeks ago.
Lucky for me that meant an impromptu photo session with Sarah Houghton-Jan aka The Librarian in Black.
I just had to take the oppurtunity of her sitting in a sea of red chairs.
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Danish author Gunnar Wille who has written some of the craziest stories I read as a child (and will read again as an adult)
Sometimes I see people I just have to to take a picture of.
This is one of those people.
A guy (I don’t know his name) I walked by at Sonisphere Festival in Stockholm.
He just looked like a mean, intense and no-bullshit kinda guy. Wasn’t to happy a being photographed, but said it was OK since I was a dane
The other night My girlfriend NIKON D300 (18mm, f/14, 1/320 sec, ISO200)
and I were messing around with our recently bought studio lights. This is part of the fun that night.
Edit: Man, I look old…
My beautiful girlfriend. She\’s days away from giving birth to our first child. We\’re both totally excited and can\’t wait to see what little wonder her tummy is hiding.
Good times are in store for (the three of) us.
Edit(20/06/08): Thanks for your comments. Yesterday was the day. IT\’S A BOY!
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I visited my parents today. A wonderful source for more Christmas photography.
Jeg besøgte mine forældre i dag. En herlig kilde til flere julebilleder.
I’m about halfway through the last book in the series. Exciting stuff.
Hmmm…. He who must not be named looks like he could use a dentist appointment.
Found this in a schoolyard. Have no idea what it is but it sure is cute
I guess even graffiti painters can have a bad day. Not the nicest graffiti but it looks funny
…you might wanna wipe your mouth or something..
Some action photography for y’all.
Caught this little fella the other night whilst walking across a golf course. The little frog wasn’t alone. Thousands and thousand of young little frogs were migrating to god knows where. There were so many you couldn’t help but to step on some of them.
Sorry to all you crushed frogs.
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This is just about how I felt when I woke up this morning. Had a bit too much to drink last night, and today the hangover got revenge.
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Thought this face to be be quite creepy and sad looking. This little figure had once been a finely carved sculpture, but I guess acid rain and many, many years have erased the fine features, hollowing out the face. Too bad really. One of many faces found on the collégiale Saint-Martin, Colmar, France.
Btw: I\’m not feeling sad
The face of a sculpture located outside the Karlskirche in Kassel, Germany. Part of the religous art festival Vision+Audition.
That face sure looks creepy to me; like someone trapped inside.
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I\’ve just returned from a week in Alsace, France so for the next many shots you might as well get used to the idea of modern art, gothic buildings and medieval symbolism