Sunday, February 8’th 2015

Sunday again. Time flies yet the winter feels endless. Many thoughts spins through my head. Some thoughts stay other just whirl on. Worst case is when thoughts that should stay just whirl on. One thought who have stayed is the question of people’s capacity for self-perception and critical questioning or rather often lack of the above. But I am not going to develop that further here and now. One other thing that I’m not intend to develop further is the government retake in the wolf issue. It’s no idea because the outer flanks of both teams already know what is best, what is the truth and what is prearranged. I can’t stand to hear any more such guff.

On the other hand, I try to think of the bright spots in life. Last weekend I went to Stockholm to see Jonna and Tammy Bergströms exhibition at the Museum of Natural History. Very nice to meet and wonderful pictures to see. This weekend I visited an exhibition in Falun. Seven photographers from Dalarna in “Another Dalarna”. Seven photographers and seven different expressions, all of them exciting in their own way. Stunning pictures from Håkan Olsén, meetings with hunters and forest people from Dalarnas northern woodlands.

In about six weeks it’s time for the Norwegian Nature photo festival in Ski. Looking forward to that. Many interesting lecturers on the program, such as RAX, Ragnar Axelsson. I’m also looking forward to this summers workshop with Håkan Olsén in the deep woodlands. It will be both new experiences and exciting pictures.

A couple of pictures that popped up.







About Per

Working with Business Intelligence at Capgemini. All other time is devoted to photography with main focus on nature- wildlife and cultural activities.
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