Pushkar, पुष्कर, Rajasthan,


“India is not, as people keep calling it, an underdeveloped country, but rather, in the context of its history and cultural heritage, a highly developed one in an advanced state of decay.” ― Shashi Tharoor India is, without a doubt and without comparison, the noisiest and dirtiest country I’ve ever visited. Pushkar, were this photo…


Mask 4716

My last mask post for now (just getting rid of some old photos). “The trouble with a mask is it never changes” ― Charles Bukowski

Self-portrait with son in a nice piece of ass.

Good Things Are Happening

Next week I’ll participate in a photo exhibition. It’s a group exhibition with more than 70 contemporary Norwegian photographers and I’m looking forward to see what the others will exhibit and how they express themselves. The exhibition is held from Monday January 25th – Sunday, 31 January at 12-17 and it makes me feel optimistic…

Sculpture at Ekebergparken

Woman at Ekebergparken

Ref: «self-portrait in tits» that I posted the other day. “Human relationships didn’t work anyhow. Only the first two weeks had any zing, then the participants lost their interest. Masks dropped away and real people began to appear: cranks, imbeciles, the demented, the vengeful, sadists, killers. Modern society had created its own kind and they…



I decided to clean up one of my hard-disks and on it, there’s a folder or two with photos that I – at some point – thought about publishing here in the blog. For different reasons, these photos haven’t been published (postponed, forgotten about, etc, etc), but now I’ve decided to post one each day…


Color Outside the Lines: A Tattoo Documentary (2012)

Color Outside the Lines: A Tattoo Documentary (2012):  All cultures have ancient tattoo roots: Polynesia, Celts, Japanese, Native Americans, etc, etc. Here the other day I saw a documentary that drew historical lines from the black American community, back to legendary tattoo artist such as Sailor Jerry & Ed Hardy and their contact with Japanese artists. The…

Photo: CardinalGuzman.wordpress.com, Model: Rogue Seraphim, Make-up: Adia Braun

Photo shoot with Rogue

When I visited Bangkok, I made sure to arrange a tiny gathering that consisted of myself, the local model Rogue Seraphim, make-up artist Adia Braun, Adia’s husband and their kid. Naturally I’ve only captured the model on these photos: I also asked permission from the hotel to use their roof top pool as a location…


Blog Events @ Dailypost

The Changing Seasons is now on WordPress’ list of events (Thank you Mr. Huberman!). Hopefully this will attract new bloggers to join us in 2016. Please read yesterday’s post for the full introduction. Over at dailypost.wordpress.com, you’ll find The Changing Seasons, plus all the other events: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/events/the-changing-seasons/ https://dailypost.wordpress.com/blog-events-listing/ Yesterday I posted the introduction to The…


Changing Seasons Introducing 2016

This post was meant to be a recap of the Changing Seasons 2015 and a presentation of the challenge «The Changing Seasons» that will run throughout 2016. After I wrote this, I realized that it’s too many words to add a recap as well, so the recap of 2015 will come later. As most of…