I’ve lived in Stockholm for most of my 38 years, been riding the subway as long as I can remember. But I have never really looked at the stations i’ve past trough the years. Its not until recently I’ve been aware of its rough beauty. Last year I decided that it was time to start a new personal project, where I would go from station to station and try to find stations that looked interesting to me and try and document them. Often late at night or early in the morning to try and get the stations completely empty, which takes a lot of patience, cause well there are a few people using the subway here in Stockholm regardless of what the clock is.
The Subway system containing 100 stations who are full of beautiful architecture and has been decorated with sculptures, mosaics, paintings, installations, engravings and reliefs by over 150 artists.
It has taken me a few months to get these shots. Its an ongoing series so I will continue to fill this post with more stations as time goes by. Far from every station got something special about them so I wont be taking shots of all stations, but so far Im up to like 20 stations. To be continued.
Last tuesday 13-09-24 we finally got to see our son for the first time. It was magical to hear and see him for the first time. Everything went well and we are two very proud parents to a very small but cute baby boy.
Had the camera with me the 3-4 days we stayed at the hospital and here are some of the pics from the most amazing days of my life so far. Nothing beats the birth of your very own child. Hard to put in words but Wow!
Slept in my car the first night in Isafjördur. Acually the only night I did that. I was planing to sleep in the car for several days but the poor weather at night/early morning made me book hotel rooms most of the trip. I stayed in Isafjördur for 2 days, waiting patiently for the weather to turn for the better, which it of course dint’t. So I decided to continue my journey on the west fjords reaching Dynjandi in the afternoon. Of course it rained and the heavy wind made photographing the great fall pretty much impossible. Loss count of how many shots I had to delete due to spray/rain. But here are some shots from the fall and some shots taken in and in the area close to Isafjördur…
Continued after the bad weather in Jökursarlon up the east coast, still foggy and the rain kept pouring down. Slept one night just outside Myvatn hoping to get some good shots of the famous lake, but the weather was really boring so I continued to Godafoss which was an amazing experience, I really loved every second at that majestic waterfall. Didn’t get any colours there for sunset, but I din’t get much sunset light the whole trip unfortunately. After godafoss I went to see the gigantic stone troll called Hvitserkur. Had about 30minutes of no rain there before the sky opened itself with horisontal rain and storm winds. So I decided to head to Isafjördur one day ahead of schedule…
Den 21 juli 2012 var det så dags för min lillebror att få sin Lina. Jag och Josefin fick äran att dokumentera deras speciella dag.
Vigseln ägde rum i Täby Kyrka och sen bar det av till en härlig kväll med god mat och dans på Edsbacka krog.
Tack för en härlig dag/kväll till alla som närvarande och gjorde det till en dag att minnas för alltid.
En liten extra bröllopspresent kommer härmed i form av bilder.
Grattis till er båda!