I shot these with my first digital camera back in the summer of 1999. They’re all I have left now. These and a handful of faded memories.
Jeg vil gjerne rette en stor takk til byens helter som måtte rykke ut til en nabo’s tørrkokte kjele idag. Det ble mye røyk, men ingen brann eller personskader – delvis takket være heltemodig innsats fra snarrådige naboer.
WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge this week asks us to post something that’s unusual (in some way for you). If you’ve seen my previous post, you already know that I was in Belfast during the weekend to attend the 4th Titanic International Tattoo Convention.
I went hiking. Just woke up one morning and thought: “I want to go to the mountains”. So that’s what I did: got up, booked a train ticket, packed and went hiking for a couple of days. Now it’s soon off to a tattoo convention to do some photographing and meet up with friends and sexy women.
I’ll post more photos from Romsdalseggen in my next Changing Seasons post.
Enjoy the summer! (winter if you’re down south)
At the tattoo conventions in Warsaw (Poland), Marseille (France), Milano (Italy), Linas (France) and Bangkok (Thailand), I was captured by some friends and fellow tattoo photographers.
Warning: This is a total ego-tripping post: photos of me at tattoo conventions, plus a few from couchsurfing parties. If you ever wondered: Life as a tattoo photographer is filled with ink.