Photo train trip part 4, Skagen

Last stop of the day, and the conclusion of our Photo Train trip, from Hjørring to Skagen :). We arrived to Skagen late afternoon, with daylight quickly fading,as it does here in Scandinavia in the wintertime. And even though the weather was grey, it was windy like h…., its still a nice experiece rolling into Skagen, through a beautiful landscape, where you know the sea is right behind the dunes. And you are greeted by the beautiful old train station in Skagen, which welcomes you to the city First pictures here, all shot with Fujifilm X-100F I don’t have many … Continue reading Photo train trip part 4, Skagen

Photo train trip part 2, Kvissel

This is part 2 of the photo train trip. For part one see here It is sadly still Corona days, so when you take the train in Denmark, or any other kind of public transportation, mask is mandatory. This is my good Photo buddy Jim demonstrating how to look awesome for a corona times portrait (Leica M5, with 50mm Summicron + Kodak Ultramax 400). I really like the look of this! Kvissel Train station, was the second stop of the trip. The light was not great, as usually in late autumn in Denmark, gray and flat. But we still had … Continue reading Photo train trip part 2, Kvissel

Trip to Lundby krat with the X-100F

My all time favorite camera, is the handy little X-100F camera from Fujifilm, its the camera i bring everywhere i go, family trips, shopping, for a walk, our out for beer with friends (Remember we used to do that…. ;( ) The best camera is the one you have with you, and as much as i like my big medium format film cameras, they are not always practical. Picture from a family outing to a local forest area called Lundby Krat, with some nice hilly hiking routes. And not many people, which is essential in these times! Stay safe out … Continue reading Trip to Lundby krat with the X-100F

Vestre fjordpark on X-Pro1 and X100f

Vestre fjordpark, or the old new name “Friluftsbadet” which means something like free air bath. Right now its almost drained on seawater, while getting cleaned for the new season. The area is a iconic part of Aalborgs history, where many daredevils took the first step onto the awe inspiring 10 meter jump, both legal at at day, and illegal at night. It all started in 1930, where some sand was pumped out into the “Limfjord”, and some floating bathing bridges, a restaurant and some ice cream sale was established as recreation for the common people of Aalborg. The area was … Continue reading Vestre fjordpark on X-Pro1 and X100f

A walk through Aalborg with X-Pro1

Sometimes its just time for a quiet walk through town. There is no theme or project, just a bunch of pictures i liked 🙂 And some times that is plenty for a blog post. Was just sitting here thinking about photo projects… Haven’t really done any of of those yet, still struggling to find a subject that i actually find worthy of a project, or at least can keep me interested for some amount of time. So until then, here is a bunch of pictures that i find appealing ! Continue reading A walk through Aalborg with X-Pro1