We spent fall break in Dalarna and together with my friends I went exploring Ärteråsens Fäbodar, one of Swedens largest preserved summer farms.
In this post me and Kathrin continue hiking along the St. Olav Waterways in Finland. We go from Grännäs to Korpo and end our journey in a wonderful place.
It’s late September when we get our first stamp at the cathedral in Turku and set out for a four day autumn hike along the St. Olav Waterways.
October is here and it’s quiet as I get out off bed, slip into a pair of knitted socks and tip-toe to the living room to get a fire going.
I never thought I’d shoot a wedding using micro four-thirds, but what a relief to have smaller gear and doing wedding photography using Olympus was lovely!
The sun is warm but the evenings are getting colder, the first frost has hit and I’m layering up for fall with Lundhags Merino Wool garments.
By taking the arctic train all the way to Narvik I was able to meet up with my friend and spend a few amazing days fishing in Norway before her wedding.
The hike to Helags mountain station goes through a beautiful mountainous landscape with lots of reindeer.
Together with my partner I’ve started a jewelry brand, making & selling exotic wooden rings.
Midsummer is one of my favourite Swedish holidays. It’s makes us connect with nature and remember our old ways.
I’m enjoying the freedom of my job, going straight from work to weekend knowing my gear will serve all my needs!
In the countryside of Dalarna I met up with six lovely women as I hosted my first workshop in storytelling and close by adventures.
I recharge my batteries while enjoying cabin life in the forests of Dalarna, living in a sustainably built cabin at Näsets Marcusgård.
A Friday in May I met up with my friends to say a final goodbye to our dear Angeliqa. In each others hugs we found strenght.
Explore amazing art in Borås where the street art festival No Limit has turned the public space into a gallery!