Taken last weekend up in a swedish national park called Fulufjället. The waterfall is swedens highest (97m) and is called Njupeskär.
This was the last shot I ever got to take with my beloved camera. I wasn't really pleased with my position in this self-portrait for the Alone Series I usually try and take when I'm out on fantastic places like this one. Did some adjustments and went back out on the cliff. it was a 30 sec exposure and 15 seconds in i heard a strange noise behind me. When I turned I saw my camera gear under water with just the tripod legs sticking up  due to a big wave that came out of no where(had been standing on the same spot for an hour and the waves wasn't near that cliff). You can imagine what went through my mind there and then. The camera AND the lens is declared dead so I'm sitting here just gotten the insurance money and waiting for the camera store to open so I can replace my 5d2 with a brand new one. 
The trip was amazing but due to the accident it got way more expensive then I calculated with...
Taken at a lake near Åre in Sweden.
Taken in Åre, Sweden.
Taken in Greece.
Taken in Greece.
Love waterfalls, I don't know why but I do. ANd to go to Iceland when you love waterfalls is not a bad idea. Its not a bad idea to go if you like me like taking picture of beautiful nature either.
So here is a shot of me, at the mighty Godafoss, its not the biggest fall, concerning height but its just so accessible and beautiful so after seeing all the other waterfall this one is my favorite...thus far anyways.
Here is a pic of me at the mighty Skogafoss. I was up early and had the place all to myself. Magical place.
Taken in Kauai, Hawaii.
Taken at Skogskyrkogården in Stockholm, Sweden.
Tunnelstreet in Stockholm, Sweden.
Copperhill Mountain Lodge in Åre, Sweden.
Katarinahissen in Stockholm.
City hall in Stockholm.
Somewhere in the Stockholms famous Archipelago.
Elgsnes in Norway.
Hönö Fyr outside Gothenburg in Sweden.
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This is a long exposure series I started a few years back. Always been awed by nature and how small we are, so by putting myself or a friend in t Read More
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