Our surroundings shapes the way we live, which makes it interesting to explore the architecture around us. I spend most of my time in Stockholm (Sweden), so I guess  it's natural that a lot of my photographs are from that city, exploring it from different angles. And I guess that living in Stockholm also shapes how I experience and photograph other cities that I visit.
Snowy stairs
Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm
Beehive, Kew Gardens, London
Soft Metal
Fragmented rollercoaster
Mirror balls
Mirror balls landscape
Razor sharp
Rays of light
Parallel stairs
Undulating tunnel
Urban astrophotography
Night sky and concrete
Unknown destination
Axel towers, Copenhagen
Axel towers, Copenhagen
Axel towers, Copenhagen
White City
Nanzen-ji temple garden
Nanzen-ji conference room
Along the Nakasendo trail
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Bling bling at the Royal Palace in Stockholm
Golden corridor
Into the tunnel
Cleaning up the city
Waiting for the next one
Interior balconies at Kungliga Musikhögskolan
Spreading out
Exploded explosion
Door to the unknown
Operaen, Oslo
Challenging the snow storm
Foggy night in the city
Winter in Stockholm
Stockholm panorama
City silhouette at night
Stockholm sunset
Stockholm City Hall
Two towers
Stockholm City Hall
Stockholm City Hall
Stockholm City Hall
Empty streets
Reaching out - Årstaviken, Stockholm
Rock and ice
Sergels torg in winter
Stockholm sunset
Carrying the torch
Passion under the stairs
Colorful shades
Sunset over Stockholm from Skeppsholmen
New Years Eve
New Years Eve
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