Last year I switched from Nikon to Sony, a move I’ve never regretted. I shoot with a Sony A7R and I love the camera. With this being 1st generation technology from Sony, the A7R obviously has some flaws. For example, the AF is quite slow, especially in low light, the shutter is noisy and the ergonomics of the camera isn’t that great. The announcement of the Sony A7RII has been long awaited, yesterday it happened. According to the specs, Sony […]
We spent a couple of days in the Salima district in Malawi last week, both in the rural areas and by the lake. We stayed at the Safari Beach Lodge, a great place just by the lake neighbouring a small fishing village.
These photos are from Liberia, most are taken in the capital Monrovia. This was before the ebola outbreak that’s currently ravaging the country. The last civil war ended in 2003 but traces from war are evident everywhere. In 2005 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was elected president, she is the first elected female head of state in Africa and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011. She is still the president of Liberia. The motorcycles are taxis and are often driven by former child soldiers who […]
These are photos from Slussen, a most probably soon to be demolished interchange and lock in central Stockholm. The demolition has been hugely debated in Stockholm between the side who wants to restore or rebuild the current construction and the side who wants a new, modern solution. The debate has led to significant delays, but as it looks now the latter side seems to be winning. Above: The opening of Slussen in 1935 Below: Slussen today “Save Slussen” “Stop the […]
When visiting my parents in the countryside outside Stockholm, I went for a walk and found this place in the woods. It seems to be abandoned, but there are a few modern bits and pieces scattered around the place, suggesting that someone come and stays there now and then. It was empty when I was there, I think…