I've been away for nearly five years, but I'm trying to come back. If you want to know where I went and why, and something about what I've been doing with myself in the meantime - read on.
GIFF, album created on February 1, 2011
Photos taken during the Gothenburg International Film Festival (GIFF) 2011.
To Söderköping and Östragotland, album created on July 11, 2010
In June my wife and I took a 4 day car trip to look for the late middle ages in Östragötland (East Gothland). Our base of operations was Mangelgården, the Youth Hostel (STF Vandrarhem) in Söderköping. These are a small selection (believe me a small selection) of the pictures we took.
In the Botanical Gardens, album created on May 24, 2010
On Sunday the sun was shining and all of Gothenburg, it seemed, was out and enjoying it. My wife and I took my camera walked through the Botanical gardens. The recent warm weather has hurried the spring along apace. This photoblog doesn't try to be terribly botanical - fortunately as I missed getting the names of more than half of the plants! Added in June: photos of rhododendrons and the handkerchief tree.
July 11, 2010Back in June, my wife and I took the train to Norrköping in Östragötland, rented a car and made a four day tour in search of late medieval/early Renaissance Sweden. All in aid of the novel I'm (still) writing. I took over 500 pictures, and she took a bunch more, but I really don't want to inflict all of them on you, so I've been conducting rather long draw out filtering process. Now completed. The album it here: http://www.ipernity.com/doc/supercargo/album/196332 And remember - when in S…
June 27, 2010Greetings! As the summer sun begins to warm me up I drag myself once more out of hibernation with a renewed intention to try to be social on Ipernity. Should you be interested, you'll find my latest experiments in podcasting in the album "Letters from Northern Lands" here: http://www.ipernity.com/doc/supercargo/album/194188 Alternatively click on the thumbnail to the right for the second letter. My intention is to produce these fairly regularly - at least once a month for the coming y…