Pandemic spring.

Really haven’t been out much, taking photos, this year. Only four-five occasions during April and May. In part because the lack of fun during the pandemic, but in part also because there really hasn’t been that many people out to take pictures of. Well, enough of excuses. Here are a few on the yield for the “Pandemic spring”. All these street photographs are taken in Gothenburg

Exhibition time.

Starting this Sunday, my street photographs will be seen at Crippas Café and bar in Gothenburg, Sweden. For three weeks you can see some 25+ images, taken in several larger European cities.

The grand opening is at 4 pm, Sunday March 15. You are welcome to come and see and talk about the photos, as I’ll be there until 8 pm. Hope you can make it.

Here a few of the photos you can see at Crippas.

Dancing in the streets.

Once a year the “Andra Långgatan” in Gothenburg turn into a hot, loud and quite vivid street scene. Dancing, you might call it. #heladagenlång , meaning “all day long”. But it feels as a late nite rave party, more than anything else…

Hot and wet.

Last summer it was hot and wet in Chicago, this year the very same (and not so common) weather here in Gothenburg. So here a few pics on how to cool off.

Yes, some of the pics are of the celebration after Swedens 1/8-final win over Belgium in the world cup in football/soccer…

The exhibition.

With photographs from London, Lisbon, Berlin, Chicago and Gothenburg my exhibition turned out quite ok. As a creator you always see the small flaws and all, but taking two steps back even I can think: “I’m ok”.

It’s hung inside the Swedish Television and Swedish Radio broadcasting building in Gothenburg, so not that easy to access it. But for me, as a first ever, it is nice enough. You like it too?

Windows, reflections.

Sometimes I’ll charge myself with a task as I photowalk. A day last July I was all into windows and their reflections. Just for the fun of it. 

Read more about different ways to add to your street photography in my and Daniels work shop, part 7 “What adds to your photo?”