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Lisbon, Portugal: 5 Favorites with Haus of Nomads

Heading to Lisbon, Portugal and want to get off the beaten path? Look no further! This post kicks off a new series of travel tips where I interview locals in various locations about their 5 favorites. I’m really excited about this series because to me, finding those behind the scenes and out of the way

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New Art Prints from Portugal – Part 1: Cascais

New art prints from Portugal! As I mentioned in this previous Cascais post, I was lucky enough to discover and spend time in Cascais, Portugal earlier this summer, and at the time I’m writing this, I am back again for a few months! 🙂 If you haven’t been here, it’s definitely a place you should

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Cascais, Portugal: One of My Favorite Spots in Europe

You know how when you hear about something new, be it a word or song or place, it starts showing up everywhere? That’s what happened with me and Cascais. In all the years I lived in Sweden, I never thought to visit Portugal for some reason. “Everyone” went to Spain, France, Italy and Greece on

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New Work: Shallow Water

I can’t tell you how excited I am to finally be able to share “Shallow Water” with you! Not only have I been working on these particular photos for the last 6 months – the entire series has been in the works for several years now. It all started with a picture I randomly took

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My Nomad Life: How I Became An Accidental Nomad

This is kind of a long story… To be able to travel and live on photography full time was a dream of mine since I was a teenager. I was determined to not live a “normal life”, tied to one place. These days, when many are full time nomads, it doesn’t seem like such an

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Magoito: The Story Behind the Pictures

A surprise roadtrip to Praia do Magoito, Portugal. Sometimes a shoot takes months to plan, sometimes, you’re just in the right place at the right time. “I know it’s around here somewhere!” my new friend Julia kept saying as we barreled down yet another gravel road, leaving a cloud of dust behind us. “We went

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