07 March 2012

Fisherman's Daughter



Today was very norwegian. The school decided that it was a good idea to barbecue outside. I mean sure, in Norway +1°C might be a warm day, but I was only half way through with my hotdog when I couldn't feel my toes anymore. So I fled inside, took a warm shower until my feet were bright red, and then I went out again and swapped another sausage.
Now I don't feel so good. Sausage meat is what I would call mystery meat.

The students have gotten their task from me, and on friday they'll deliver their results. Tomorrow morning is my last lecture.
I hope all is well with you, wherever you are in the world! 

11 comments:

  1. These photographs are Just lovely. I especailly enjoy the pipe detail in the first photo, wonderful!

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  2. Thank you Celia you're a doll :) I appreciate when people like picture that are as simple as these!

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  3. Dina fotografier är verkligen fantastiskt fina!

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  4. really great photographs & blog! :)

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  5. I love these photographs! They look both cozy and cold!

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  6. This looks so pretty ...
    it makes me want to travel !
    xxx

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  7. It was kinda cosy and cold :) Thank you for the nice comments.

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  8. Hello! I love your blog and your work -- very inspirational -- and I especially like the way you share your process. :)

    Perhaps you will answer this in a future post (or maybe I haven't gotten to read the past blog entry where you mention this) but who are the photographers/artists influencing you right now?

    Thanks!

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  9. Hm.... Tim Walker I think. He's amazing, and such a down to earth guy.

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  10. The pipe really caught my eye! Nice :)

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  11. The pipe is very feminine. Nicely done!

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