30 Nov 2011

29 Nov 2011

One Year

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With this little guy is such a privilege. He lights up my life. Happy Birthday little man. Love you.

28 Nov 2011

25 Nov 2011

Happy Friday

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24 Nov 2011

Thankful Thursday

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Today I'm thankful for ...

... this crazy gang. My classmates (three of them anyways)
... learning new things
... feeling better
... two gorgeous boys that slept till 7
... coffee

And yes, for you Americans, this is the big thankful dag. It just happens to coincide with my little project :-).

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First. Write your post, calling it Thankful Thursday and listing up a few things you are thankful for. Put a link in that post to my post today. Then get the link from your post and add it to the comments below. 

If we're lucky, then we get a chain of posts expressing the things they love in life, all listed right here. (... and for those of you who are thankful, but don't have a blog, you can write it in the comments. Or you can add it to my Facebook page.) 


23 Nov 2011

22 Nov 2011

Hair on Fire

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Photo: Linda Eisala Winther

21 Nov 2011

Being Bresson

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Henri Cartier-Bresson is considered the father of photojournalism and coined the term "the decisive moment".

20 Nov 2011

Silent Sunday: Men at Work


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PS: I'm drinking champagne in the kitchen.

19 Nov 2011

Saturday Love

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Spending the day with my two favourite boys. They both slept till seven (record!) and we've already ha pancakes and a snuggle in front of the cartoons.

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18 Nov 2011

17 Nov 2011

Bloggers and Sushi

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16 Nov 2011

Being Joel Meyerowitz

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”I wandered the streets not knowing what I was shooting. I just knew I had to be out there. Watching life. Because I was interested in the way, you know, people did things.” - Joel Meyerowitz
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You can see more pictures from my attemt at being one of the pioneers of street photograpy in my flickr set. You can also see Meyorowitz live in the beautiful documentary "Everybody Street" by Cheryl Dunn.

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