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Morocco gallery
Happy new year everybody! In this my first blog post of the year I’m happy to finally be able to present a new gallery on my website. As I announced here on the blog in December I had a new gallery on the way, with a selection of the best photographs from my journey to Morocco back in August. It ...


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Happy holidays, to all
Christmas is upon us so I thought I would leave with you one of my recent photographs for the holidays. I shot the picture above at my grandmother’s apartment just a week before Christmas. When this small church finds its way to her windowsill in early December it’s a sure sign of Christmas when ...


A warm day of Indian Summer attracts people to Amager Beach Park, Copenhagen. Sep. 29th 2011.
The last rays of summer
In Denmark the weather gods has much to say. The seasons change and the weather follows. The cold half-year of fall and winter with storms, snow and dark days, gathers families in the warmth of their homes. The warm half-year of spring and summer once again welcomes people...


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World Championship in Copenhagen
Last week Copenhagen was the center of Road Cycling World Championship 2011. A major area including most of the inner city were closed off for traffic, meaning pretty much all vehicles with more than two wheels – to the enjoyment of everyday cyclists in Copenhagen, of which there...


Selling the oranges
Morocco – Making a living
My Moroccan adventure has ended and I have been home in Denmark for just about a week now doing some reflecting on my journey and the experiences that I’ve had along the way. One thing is certain… the Moroccan culture is definitely very far from my own in...


Relaxation in the late afternoon
Todays picture – Azrou
Todays picture from Morocco. Went to visit a berber town named Azrou today, located in the Middle Atlas Mountains. With a population of about 50,000 people (Meknes, 700,000) it’s not a big place, which of course makes it more manageable for short visits. However, as a photographer I...


Covered markets just off Place El-Hedim
Moroccan markets
A small blog post here from Meknes, Morocco. Just wanted to share with you a few images from the streets I photographed yesterday. People here in Morocco really like their markets. From the big city like Fes with a very large Medina to the smaller towns out in...


Sunny day over Meknes Medina.
Postcard from Meknes
A quick post here from Morocco. I’m finding myself in Meknes these days. Not too far from Fes which I left three days ago, but nevertheless a place with a somewhat different spirit. Like they call it here in Meknes – the berber capital. I find it a...


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Ahmed – A Fassi belt maker
Along the winding narrow streets, that make the inner navigator loose direction, the brown metal doors to the little street shops open one by one. A new day begins, and every day brings new experiences in Fes medina. The place is so alive and filled with energy, and...


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Out meeting Fes
What a colorful and spirited places Fes is. Been here for five whole days now, and it takes your breath away in more than one sense. The medina of Fes (the old medieval part of the city) was founded in the 9th century and it’s here that the...