around Gudhjem…

Salene Bugt from Stevelen

I’ve found a new ‘meditation’ here on Bornholm, nothing better than walking around in the nature. With my camera. Whenever I have the time. Really been missing that in Nepal, where they’ve got plenty of great nature, but never just around the corner and usually entailing several days of uncomfortable road trips out of Kathmandu. […]

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Now based in Denmark

Photograph of one of Bornholm’s closed shops. It’s very seasonal here, wintertime being totally off-season. I’ll try to continue doing work as photographer here on Bornholm (Denmark) from now on.

A week ago I arrived back in my birth country, Denmark, and I’ll now try to focus my documentary photographer’s eye on my own country for a while. I’m based on the small island of Bornholm, located in the Baltic Sea between mainland Denmark, South Sweden and Poland. It’s quite remote and only home to […]

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Chain of Events


Had the most unlucky day yesterday. I accidentally scalded my daughters finger in some hot water, she fell down from her baby chair and hit her nose, I cut my finger on a piece of glass after a glass-bowl broke, my niece fell down the stairs, we ran out of water in our house and […]

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73 year old photographic mystery solved?

Death of a Loyalist Militiaman, Cerro Muriano, CĂłrdoba front, Spain, September 5, 1936. Photo by Robert Capa.

So far I’ve just been blogging about my own personal experiences, opinions, work etc. But I’ll break the “rule” now, blog about someone else’s work. And it’s one of the old classics: Robert Capa’s 1936 photo of a combatant falling to the ground after being shot dead. Allegedly! The photo established Capa has a heroic, […]

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Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine

A UN vehicle is speeding by in the back, while a mentally challenged, needy, third-world citizen

First off, apologies for this blog post which is going to be a bit of a rant about stuff in my brain, what I’ve been up to etc. Just to let you all know that I’m still here. And doing fine, by the way! My Daughter By far the biggest thing in my life now, […]

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My Tamron 90 mm f/2.8 in action : Ethnic street portraits

Cool old Tibetan monk. Boudha stupa reflecting in his shades. Canon 5D Mark II, Tamron 90 mm f/2.8, @ wide open aperture

Thought it’d be a good time to show some street portrait photos I took last week, just strolling around in Kathmandu for a few hours. All shot with my Tamron SP DI 90 mm f/2.8 lens at wide open aperture, f/2.8. I’ll review the lens in some detail here. Interestingly, it was the only non-Canon […]

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