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Happy New Year!

It has been one year since I started this website and regularly started posting my images on Instagram. I have developed a lot as a photographer as well as a person during this time so this past Christmas I decided it was time for something new. I wanted a new username that better described me and my work. That username; @mysocialsolitude. With this I’m also trying to get a more consistent look to my images for everyone to recognize it as my original work.

The pictures in this post are almost all captured in december of 2017. I am really happy with my inspiration from that month and therefore have a lot of images to share.

 

 

 

 

Walking and thinking

 

Time to think and contemplate all by oneself is a rarity these days. At least for me. Since I discovered photography I have also been starting to take more frequent walks and just bring my camera along for the ride. The more I do it, the more addicting it gets. What will I find the next time? The nature and urban environment is ever changing and opens new opportunities for photos every day. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, maybe not even exciting but that is part of why I find it interesting. This hunt also lets my mind relax and gets me that time to think. So try it out some time. Put your shoes on and bring a camera, who knows what you might find to take pictures of.

 

 

 

 

München street style

Minga, München, Munich. It’s a lot more than Oktoberfest and great beer. The third largest city in Germany, the capital of Bavaria and also my home this past autumn and winter. It feels very homelike; opening and welcoming. The urban area is beautiful and has been a great developing and inspiring factor for my photography. So here’s a shout-out: Travel to Munich! You won’t regret it.

   

FRONT ROW

Riding in the passenger seat of a car can turn out to be a terrific opportunity to find some new perspectives for personal inspiration and contemplation. This trip winded through the woods in the south of Sweden with terrific cold winter morning light (is that even a thing?)