I posted this earlier, in b/w but there was something that bothered me about that version. I finally pinned it down to a slight misalignment and the moronic editing of yours truly. The picture is a merger of two pictures . they were both taken hand held, one with the focus on the ring and one with the focus on the background. I then stacked them and edited out the part in the center of the ring. The difficult part was to get everything to line up. And to to keep the camera still. I think it came out quite well in the end. One of my current favorits.
You look at what’s happening in Germany, you look at what’s happening
last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this. Sweden. Who would believe this?
Whatever it was, it doesn’t bother a Volvo PV444 (444 means: 4-seater, 4 cylinder, 40 horsepower), a pre 1954 with split front and rear screen and roof side-mounted indicators. After 60 years, this old hunchback thing – actually known as Volvo’s peacetime car when first introduced in 1944 at the Royal Lawn Tennis Hall in Stockholm in hope for a brighter future when World War II was still raging – has managed to cross the open border somehow. Who would believe this.
This home, belonging to Swedish photographers Kalle Gustafsson and Sara Bille, is the definition of perfect imperfection. The duo transformed an old, century old building, in Stockholm, into the most idyllic city dwelling - it’s a superb mix of vintage charm and modern Scandinavian design.
Gradient colors on the rocks, magical lights above the sea and pink pearly smoke in the sky. The natural landscapes photographed by Swedish duo Inka and Niklas have the viewer experience a supernatural world.