On my way home from Gamleby. Just had an interview and we'll see how things turn out.
Me, my sister and my dog went for a walk yesterday. It's so nice to have the summer back, even if it's just for a couple of days.
I moved to Stockholm two weeks ago. And ever since I've been working, working and working in order to afford a new Macbook Pro and a trip to Australia this winter. So sorry if you've been looking forward to seeing more posts since it's summer and I'm off school - that's not really the case.
However, things have been really good. It's very very nice living here. Much better than my hometown Uppsala (although I'll be moving back in August..). Yesterday, or technically the day before yesterday since it's 00.33 AM right now, Cami and I went to Söder in Stockholm to do some shopping.
First we went to Södra Teatern. Cami wanted to buy tickets to Weeping Willows.
Then we bought six pairs of shoes, two for me, four for Cami. No kidding. They were really cheap. And also a couple of other things.
And that was my Saturday. I'll try to post more next week. Promise.
Today and yesterday consisted of prepping shoots. I'm shooting three (!!) stories this weekend and it's hard to make everything work. But I think I've gotten around to it! And it feels awfully nice. So now I'm going to retouch some client work and then watch Requiem for a dream.
Some days are particularly pretty. Like this one. It consisted of Ice-cream, sitting in a park and being sunkissed.
Shot a few photos of Josefin today for another art project, it turned out good. Hopefully you'll see the result this weekend! We took the photos shortly after a victorious tournament between my and Josefins former) school. And we at Rosendalsgymnasiet kicked their asses (sorry about the language, but we really did).
Philip and Lovisa guarded my lenses. I'm extremly fuzzy when it comes to my equipment.
Lara took pictures with Josefins Panasonic GF1, really recommended!
And that was my Wednesday! Now - continue listening to Nicole Atkins and working on my religion essay.
Going through my library and slowly realising how much more I shot during 2010 than I have during 2011, it's embarrasing really. And I don't like it and I'd do anything to make a shoot happen. However there's school. And school. And I can't take it anymore. Please summer break, come soon. I want to shoot, shoot, shoot.
Visited my beautiful friend Isabelle and her new and oh so pretty horse Nitch. I can't believe it has been so long since I used to be in the stables so very often, taking care of the horses, riding and everything that comes along with a little horse crazy girl. Anyway, horses are beautiful.
This week I have been working at Scandinavian Photo, and now I'm enjoying the last few days of Easter break by doing... nothing and listening to dream pop in the meantime. And it's really really nice.
The last couple of days have been a-mazing. Wish I could tell you about everything but I fear that it would take too long to read so I'm keeping it to myself. Here's a couple of pictures instead.
I'm so sorry for the silence. Sometimes life is so loud that letters don't suffice. Good things are happening and there's great things ahead. Every weekend in april will be loud, exciting and absolutely fantastic. This weekend me and two friends are celebrating our birthdays together (a little bit ahead since none of our birthdays actually take place during this weekend, but still) with you know, great people. Next weekend I'm turning 18. By heavens. Eighteen. It's crazy that my license will say that I'm now old enough to well, handle myself. And the weekend that comes after that... well I'm off to Copenhagen (do I have any readers in Denmark?).
But I will start this fabulous month a little early, tomorrow, by going to Stockholm to watch Jessica Silversagas photos at Beyond Retro.
So that's an update from me. But hey, I know you want some new photos, and I promise, you will.