Noen ganger blir det bare for kaldt. Vi er i slutten av april, og enda har vi ikke sett spor av tosifra temperaturer. Det holder ikke. Enn så lenge får vi drømme tilbake til andre tider og steder, da farger og temperaturer gav oss helt andre behag enn tristessen i det norske været.
I’ve wanted to show you this image for a few days now. The guy was the boatswain on a neighboring long tail on the Mekong taking us to look for Irrawaddy dolphins. There’s no place in this image, but there is something about the way he looks at me that gets to me, a skeptical
During the day you won’t believe that Sunday Times rated Pranang Beach in Krabi as the world’s third most beautiful beach three years ago. During the day the whole place is full of Longtails spewing out diesel and creating noise havock. But come sunset, they mostly disappear and you are left alone with one or
Crossing your own doorstep is sometimes the biggest departure of them all. What happens after you shut that door to your own safety, the world is your oyster. Today I just had to do that big little journey, just to see whether there was something out there worth discovering. I found these pictures just a
It’s been a while since I published pictures here. The reason is quite simple: I’ve been traveling again, this time to Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Hong Kong. Since returning last Friday I’ve been hit by the heaviest jet lag ever, sleeping at all hours, hurting at the cold and the inability to function as a
Evening light hitting a whitewashed wall at Guantanamo, Gran Canaria.[EXPAND Click to see full version of image][/EXPAND]
I’m not one for winter, nor for dark, cold mornings. Searching through my image bank last night, I came across this person contemplating or checking his smartphone at Angkor Wat. The image didn’t cure my dreams of escape. [EXPAND Click to see full image][/EXPAND]
Sometimes you wish were somewhere else, away from the places of hard reality and escape into that place of dreams where your soul is quiet and your mind agile and fresh. Like this moment captured in Masai Mara. [EXPAND Click to see full version of image][/EXPAND]
Time to go back to Africa, and the helpless male lion not anywhere near getting his way with this fair lioness. The way she states it is pretty clear, and you don’t have to be a lion to recognize the situation;)=
Departure, a photo by Geir Ertzgaard on Flickr.