Hello, dear friends!
I hope all is well with you and that you are realising all your dreams.
It seems impossible for me to post often and regularly. You have to apologise me for that.
But, it’s better to post something sometimes rather than never, don’t you think?
In this post I am going to show you some general impressions of Gothenburg. Trust me, just because I categorise these impressions as general, it does not mean that I have not put any effort in the collection or editing of these images. My back is soar from sitting in front of the computer for so long at a time. My wife had to massage me for an hour because of the pain. I feel much better now, especially since the collection and organisation of this new series is done. However, only the first set that I am posting now is edited and ready for the web.
This series is divided in three sets and the theme is quite general, as mentioned earlier, but like most of my other post it has to do with human behaviour and environments.
Emotionally, this series has an roller-coaster effect on me…it has its dark moments but there is also light. Like everything else in this world. The photos has come about from me just wondering around with my camera, like I mostly do (and enjoy doing). As you will probably notice when viewing the images, my intention has not been to show you the obvious and unquestionable, rather I would like you to think a little bit about what is going on in the images. Make up your own stories, if you please. What kind of place do you think Gothenburg is? What kind of people is living there and what are their interests?
My images will of course answer non of those questions objectively. They only represent the photographers subjective categorisation and perspective. You have to be the interpreter and paint them with your imagination.
I hope you enjoy the images and have a great weekend.
2 thoughts on “Gothenburg, impressions – Part I”
I like this set. To me, it’s about how we go through our everyday lives in this man-made environment. Sometimes we adapt to it, sometimes we need to get away from it, sometimes we get stuck (like the couple at the entrance sign). Very nice.
Yes, I agree with you! It’s about how we adapt to the environment we have created. It’s interesting to see how the adaptations are formed and shaped in different places.
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts!