Where the streets have no names

The chaos and activities near the beaches can be as intense and interesting as in the city.

Klagshamn, Malmö. Fujifilm X100T

 Ribersborg, Malmö. Fujifilm X100T

Ribersborg, Malmö. Fujifilm X100T

Last rays of the day

We've been blessed with some beautiful sunsets lately. On our way from an evening swim we had to stop to catch the last sun rays of the day.

Strandhem, Malmö, Sweden. Fujifilm X100T

Klagshamn, Sweden. Fujifilm X100T

Malmö, Sibbarp, Sweden. Fujifilm X100T 

Malmö, Sibbarp, Sweden. Fujifilm X100T 


Malmö, Sibbarp, Sweden. Fujifilm X100T 

Urban animals

Some do all they can to blend in, some all they can to stand out.

Östertull, Malmö. Fujfilm X100T

Jesusparken/Möllevången, Malmö. Fujfilm X100T

Davidshall, Malmö. Fujifilm X100T

Billund, Denmark. Fujifilm X100T


Wedding in the green

Once in a while you have the fortunate to be invited to a wedding.










Somewhere in Skåne, Sweden. Fujifilm X100T.

Nordic light

I've had a hard time finding interesting subjects after coming home from long travels. Trying to make use of the fantastic Nordic light.

Centralen, Malmö. Fujifilm X70.

Hästhagen, Malmö. Fujifilm X70

Sibbarp, Malmö. Fujifilm X70

Ribersborg, Malmö. Fujifilm X70

Ribersborg, Malmö. Fujifilm X70

Air quality

We're back in Sweden after almost 2 months in Vietnam. I already miss the warmer climate but boy its nice to breathe clean fresh air again. The air in Honoi sucks (Hanoi apparently is one of the five most polluted cities on the world). I also notice how clear and blue the sky here in Sweden is compared to Vietnam. Anyway.. some recent urban details from Malmö:

Triangeln, Malmö. Fujifilm X100T

Davidshall, Malmö. Fujifilm X100T


Seven weeks in Vietnam

During spring 2018 our family spent seven weeks in Vietnam. We revisited Hanoi and Saigon but also visited new places like Phu Quoc, Duong Dong and Rach Gia. Here's a page with some of my favorite shots from those weeks: [Link]


3 weeks in Hanoi (part 3)

Leaving Hanoi after 3 weeks. Sure it is very photogenic but the traffic and poor air quiality is very tiresome.





















3 weeks in Hanoi (part 2)

Another set of images from Hanoi - the most photogenic city I have visited. So much details everywhere - the mix of nature and man made materials, the slow decay of paint, concrete and metal...