Feb 132010
 

Picture of a newly wed couple taken at approximately 60km/h on the Älvsborgs-bridge. Click for full view.

Newlyweds

Newlyweds

© Peter Lindberg 2007

Feb 122010
 

A midsummer night a few years ago (2006 I think) I could sleep so I took a walk.. and brought camera. This is the result. Click for full view.

Dreamy sky and grass

© Peter Lindberg 2006

Feb 122010
 

A little reminder. From Vinga, the island famous for its lighthouse. And “BAD” isn’t bad at all. It’s good, since it translates into “beach” more or less. Click for larger view!

Time for a dip... in 3-4 months?

© Peter Lindberg 2008

Feb 112010
 

The abandoned road between the now demolished cement-factory in Hellekis (Hällekis) in Sweden, and the adjacent quarry about 2 km to the west. Here it crosses the railroad. Click for full view.

The Road to Nowhere

The Road To Nowhere..

© Peter Lindberg 2008

Feb 112010
 

This is one of the pics from the X-mas present session of my two nieces Kim & Ida. Their mom wanted “traditional” portraits.. but they were only so & so co-operative. But it came out pretty cute. And very much them being themselves. Click image for larger view.

Ida & Kim November 2009

© Peter Lindberg 2009

Feb 102010
 

Another “exciting” table-top shot. This time in red and green. Bon apetit! Click for full view.

Tomatoes with stem

Tomatoes with stem

© Peter Lindberg 2010

Feb 092010
 

This image is from a shoot with Black Badger Advanced Composites for fashionfriend.se. BBAC isn’t into weapons manufacturing or even the racing-trade. No, BBAC makes gems and jewelery from composite materials and exotic metals. This particular picture shows a few of hos rings. And with his I mean James Thompson’s, the owner and designer of BBAC. Model is Herman Engdahl and MUA is Martina G. Click for a bigger version of the picture.

Protection

© Peter Lindberg 2009

Feb 082010
 

Nuff said! Click for larger view!

Short depth of field coffee...

© Peter Lindberg 2010

Feb 052010
 

Play ball they say.. but who’s playing here? Lefkada, Greece 2009.

© Peter Lindberg 2009

Feb 052010
 

Slight decay makes this parkingdeck in Strömstad, Sweden interesting. I have a thing for beautiful decay and brutalistic buildings like this one. Click the image for full view.

© Peter Lindberg 2006

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