Nothing compares to Paris. Nothing compares to its narrow streets and quaint corners. Nothing compares to evening strolls along the Seine and morning scoutings at Le musée d’Orsay. Nothing compares to Saint-Germain-des-Prés cafés and Montmartre vineyards. Nothing compares to Claude Brasseur, Anna Karina and Sami Frey while running through the Louvre. Nothing compares to Canal Saint-Martin. NothingContinue reading “A moveable feast”
Gloomy afternoons spent indoors are absolutely the best, especially when they involve warm tea, relaxing music and the company of a good book.
Back from Prague and I just couldn’t avoid sharing with you all a few of the pictures I took during my recent getaway. Boiling hot temperatures aside, I had a wonderful time strolling narrow streets painted in charming pastel colours and sipping iced coffee. Anyhow, a blog post featuring some of my favourite spots, restaurantsContinue reading “Shades of pink”
“I can barely conceive of a type of beauty in which there is no Melancholy.” – Charles Baudelaire
A few of my favorite spots in the city photographed on a gloomy Friday morning.
Throwback to last autumn’s getaway to the minimalistic landscape of Fiskebäckskil.
Hello everyone! I’m really excited to announce and share with you all the project I’ve been working on in the last few days: 48 hours in Stockholm and Uppsala. I should admit, this lil trip to the Swedish capital and surroundings came quite unexpected, leaving me both terribly enthusiastic and unprepared, as I didn’t have theContinue reading “48 hours in Stockholm and Uppsala”
And even April has come and gone, bringing along hints of pastel colours and a warmish sun. This month has included a lot of firsts for me: the first time I experienced a Swedish Easter, the first time I saw a wild deer running freely across a field, the first time I celebrated my birthday 1900Continue reading “April photo diary”
Påsk, a celebration that has become huge in Sweden and mind, obviously not for its religious meaning, as Swedes are well down in the statics when it comes to church visits and religious beliefs. Easter is a secular feast in Scandinavia, and people follow traditions primarily because they’ve always done so, spirituality aside. Still, there abviouslyContinue reading “A Swedish Easter’s tale”