A merry Christmas card from the good folks at Fuji Nordic. L-R: Ib (via stand in), Andreas, Ludvig, Karl, Anki)

Stockholm: My Fuji family

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This is a rejigged Instagram post

What makes Stockholm – that astoundingly beautiful city – extra special is the people that Flemming and I. Fujifilm Nordic is headquartered here, so when we’re in town, we get to catch up with our Fujifilm family. All of us – the good Fuji Nordic folks, fellow X-Photographers Knut and Mia – met at Fotografiska this time, at that wonderful restaurant with the epic view at its top level.

There was talk of pirate eye patches, getting your teeth industrially checked at the Eastman Dental Institute (never knew Kodak and teeth were a thing), Swedish crayfish parties, and Instax cameras. Against the mad vista of Stockholm at dusk, very fine food, and a decent amount of wine. Such a good time was had, no one remembered to take any pictures. Clearly, there weren’t enough photographers around!

I wouldn’t be doing and learning half of what I do today without the great people at Fuji Nordic and my fellow X-Photographers. They support my photographic journey in so many ways, and make the journey so much richer.

Happy New Year all. Let’s get 2019 started!

Knut was having a “shoot out” at the studio at Fotografiska, while the rest of us were having dinner. So we missed it (damn). The poster was epic though! Stockholm, Sweden, Dec 2018
Gröna Lund, Sweden’s oldest amusement park, from the restaurant at Fotografiska. This picture was made at dusk, 3.30pm. Short winter days are still a novelty. Stockholm, Sweden, Dec 2018.
The slanty, slanty sun at high noon. Stockholm, Sweden, Dec 2018

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