It's been awhile since the last blog entry on June 7th now hasn't it? Well, I've been away from a computer for a large part of that time so it's been a bit tricky to update. For the better part of the last three weeks I've been across the Atlantic pond visiting some very loved ones in Texas. I've had a fantastic time and long for the moment when I can see them again!
I've got almost 600 pictures from my trip to go through and no doubt they'll appear on this blog or in galleries at some point, but in the meantime I'm sharing just a few pictures from yesterday when I took a day trip north to Helsingborg, Sweden to see two photo exhibitions at Dunkers Kulturhus; Italia by Martin Bogren, Anders Petersen and Lorenzo Castore and Bending Reality by Erik Johansson.
Of the two exhibitions I liked the Bending Reality the most because of all the meticulous photo stitching work the artist had done to create his artworks. You could find so many awesome details in them that he'd had to spend hours and hours on in Photoshop. No wonder he only produces 6 - 8 works every year!
After going to the show I did a brief photowalk where the photos in this post were taken, just to get back into the swing of things as far as street photography goes, and especially in black and white. I've only shot color stuff for the last three weeks during my vacation trip, so it's a bit of a mind shift back again. It's all good though, because it provides a bit of variety!