March 20, 2016

this is how we walk on the moon

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(In this case it isn't the moon, though.)

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  1. José González, minsann. Och snygga bilder, synd att du inte postar så ofta i blogg eller på Instagram.

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    1. Det brukar bli bättre under årets ljusare månader (lättare att både ha tid och inspiration), så vi hoppas på det :) Tack!

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  2. this place looks so impressive and your pictures make it even more stunning. i love the first picture, it's so silent and yet powerful.

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  3. It looks like such a peaceful place :) Love the photos and the way you edit them <3

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  4. Foggy and cold... but still beautiful place!

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  5. Love the atmosphere in your photos, a cocktail of nostalgia, melancholy and introspection.

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  6. I love coming here and seeing new posts. I think I will never find the perfect words to explain how I love your photos. I could spend my whole day here looking at your photos. Actually I already do that... Yesterdar I saw every single post, until 2008. And it was not the first time I did this. Haha. I hope you don't think I'm crazy...
    Always my favorite photographer. Hope your days have been good. :)
    Kisses for you fan number one! From Brazil.

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment Lita! I don't think you're crazy at all, I sometimes dig into the archive of blogs I really enjoy too. I'm glad you did! Can't even remember what I posted back in 2008. All the best! xo

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  7. Annette, dina bilder är så himlahimla fantastiska. Du har en sådan enorm talang.
    Hoppas allt är bra med dig x

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  9. What place is it? I'll love go here...

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    1. It's called Haverdal and is located on the west coast of Sweden (like ten minutes away from where I live, I didn't know this existed) :)

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  10. så himla fina och surrealistiska bilder. megagillar!

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  11. You take such beautiful photos. What camera were these taken with? :)

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    1. Thank you so much! (And sorry for the late reply.) These were taken with a fuji x100s!

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