Look what I found in the lobby, captured the spring light with my little Sony.

This weekend I exhibited at the Wedding fair, Conventum in Örebro. There were many inspiring meetings, thankful for that. Some would marry at home, others at the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi, some planned marriages in Spain. A middle-aged couple explored the wedding fair on behalf of their daughter “Can you come to us on the West Coast, to the beautiful cliffs of Bohuslän? They also said (and I was so glad)” these doesn’t look like ordinary wedding photographs, more like art. “It was so nice to hear, it means a lot to nay artist to get appreciation for what you create. Another exhibitor, a photographer, said” I looked at your pictures last night when we had built our booth, and I have to say that I might as well have seen some of the pictures at Fotografiska”. Now I can’t remember her name but of course I am grateful for that review (thanks again if you read this) Aronsborg representatives came over and wanted to browse the handmade wedding books from Tuscany and in the book “Ögonblick” where I collected my art photographs. of the motifs in my exhibition at the Grand hotel in Saltsjöbaden, soon at KarlabyKro Österlen.

On Friday it is time to exhibit again, then at Högberga Gård in conjunction with a mingle for prospective bride and groom. They have invited their partners, always nice there. Then I will go down to Skåne and Österlen’s only luxury hotel KarlabyKro and meet the owner Sophie Hindmarsch, we will find something fun again. They bought some of my photographs at my first exhibition there and they now hang permanently in the hotel (example “Kissing couple” in the lounge). The Scanian stone walls received warmth with motifs from Capri, Sorrento New York and Hälsingland.