Inspired by Misty Edwards “Arms Wide Open”
Dimensional layers, ocean, sky, stones, earth, grass and flowers overlapping in my favorite nature-spot (or one of them) in Sweden: Ales Stenar in Skåne.
A classmate and I made this for our class’ Hemafton (feast for the whole school arranged this time by us), autumn 2013.
I made these for a preaching visit my classmates and I went on to Billstakyrkan in Skelefteå, Sweden in the autumn of 2012.
Yesterday, after days and weeks (it feels) of being inside studying I took my camera for a walk in the autumn sunset.
Taken a few days back in Norrlandet outside Västervik in Sweden.
Sunset pictures around Nora Church, Tärnsjö, Sweden. Post inspired by http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/07/12/the-golden-hour/
We spent some sunny hours in Skanvik, on Gränsö Island outside Västervik. Click on image for full view.
The kind of vision my eyes give me… At Ukna church-ruin from 1200 AD.
At the same time fleeting and permanent… its here for a moment, then multiplies and new flowers grow. Photo Challenge from http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/06/07/weekly-photo-challenge-fleeting/
A pattern that repeats itself manifold every year, here captured in a pot… Inspiration from http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/05/10/weekly-photo-challenge-pattern/
Some photos from my latest trip to India, representing my life growing up there…
This is the first photo I took with my new camera. A change from a compact to a super-zoom.