The new series is live! I’m so excited about these new surfing photography prints. I’ve spent many dark winter hours working on them, reminiscing about past summers and looking forward to the next. And enjoying the scenery on my computer. 🙂 I think surfing is such a beautiful sport, the perfect mix of zen quiet
Water… life, movement, freedom. It has always intrigued and inspired me. The constant flow, the changing shapes and patterns, the fleeting quality of everything you see. Water has so many personalities and is never the same. That perfect wave you saw yesterday is long gone and is never coming back. That circle of reflected light
Bold, funny, curious seagulls may not always be the nicest of birds, but I still like them. They seem so smart and their “beach bag thievery” antics always crack me up. And even though they live inland as well, I’ve always associated their cries with the coast. It sounds like summer and vacation to me.
What is it about surfing that is so alluring? I have always had a fascination with surfing and the whole lifestyle around it. I think it’s partly because of my lifelong obsession with California, but partly also because it seems like such a fun way of life, and so totally in tune with nature. When
Dark and dramatic storm clouds. Swedish summer… There are many reasons to love Sweden, and I do, but the weather is (usually) not one of them. It CAN be amazingly nice and just perfect in the summer, warm and sunny with low humidity, but often, it’s not. And the past two years have been worse
What do you like most about the coast? One of the many things I love about living here is getting to observe and be part of the changes every season brings. From warm summer days when everyone is on the beach, to chilly fall mornings when you have it all to yourself, to winter storms
Fall has rushed by as usual and when I’m writing this, Christmas is less than three weeks away. Yikes! I don’t mind winter, or even snow, up until New Years, but after that, I’m done with it. I want it to be summer again right away. Sadly, that doesn’t happen in the parts of the
Weird clouds off the coast of New England. One of the many things I love about living on the coast is the rapid change in weather and how it can go from sunny to stormy, and back again, in no time. There is something so majestic about those dark clouds appearing over the horizon and