Not much blah blah here, just a few snapshots of my international Gothenburg friends, our brunches, walks along Delsjön, Slottsskogen, and one of these rare sunny days walking around the city. Don’t complain about the dust on the negatives, I was in a hurry.
I went to Gothenburg in January for my studies in photography and stayed until the beginning of July. It was cold for the better part of these almost six months. There surely were some sunny days when everyone seemed to just soak up the sun. I heard, though, that there had not been a colder spring in Sweden for many years. I still had a fantastic time in this beautiful city that somehow just feels like a small-town to me – not least because I met a bunch of wonderful people. These are some snapshots I took within the first week.
It’s almost exactly a year ago now that we went to Munich (I’ve actually briefly been there twice since) and discovered the beautiful, unique Stereo Stereo Cafe. They serve most delicious food and drinks and they make THE most amazing Chai Latte in the world. Besides spending an hour or a few there every day throughout our visit, we visited the Pinakothek der Moderne, walked around the city freezing, and attended the Medientage München, a media conference and fair. Take a look…
Some black-and-white shots, taken in January and February in New York with my new old Pentax K1000. As cold and annoying the weather was, the snow that covered Williamsburg, looks really nice on photos.