I went to Stockholm
I went to Stockholm last week to photograph a home for the magazine Mama and to meet Isabelle. I brought Jens and Viola with me. Little Frank stayed at home with my mom.
It was a lot of fun. Here are some snapshots from our phone.
Before bording the plane. So many expantations.
Viola and Della hadn´t seen each other sence last summer.
and other stuff online
Isabelle, Jens and I went to Fotografiska.
We got some take out.
Viola played the piano and Beppe sang
I wish I could remember what was so funny.
on our way
Saw lots of traffic
A man handed us this paper
And just around the corner we ran into actor Mikael Persbrandt with a bloody face.
Waking up in Stockholm
The breakfast buffe at the hotel was awesome!
We borded the plane again. Gosh did we miss Frank a lot.
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looks like a fun visit, great to see the pics :)
Wow, what a great trip! Seems like you had a wonderful time!
love from Holland and from Carl on Wolf’s attic. ;)
oh, what hotell was it?
i am going to stockholm thies summer, and wants a good breakfast buffe:)
Jenny: Hello Hanne! Yes breakfast buffe is bery very important. We stayed at Clarion hotel. It was nice, I´ve heard that Malmen is very nice as well.
Hello Hanne! We stayed at Clarion hotel. It was nice, I´ve heard that Malmen is very nice as well.
Det var så härligt att ni var här! (Eller där nu är ju jag i Malmö).
Men du står du i fel port på väg hem till mig på första bilden?
Ja Isabelle det var fel port. Inte konstig portkoden inte funkade =) Hoppas du har det bra i Malmö. Ses snart
Gosh vad gott! Nu längtar jag till Stockholm… Ses!
[…] When Isabelle and I went to Fotografiska we bought a deck of cards: Anywhere- A Travel Guide, made by Magda Lipka Falck Every card encourages you to do something with your moment. Something unexepted and with a certain “seize the day”-kind of feel to it. The artist describes it like this: “A travel guide that will hopefully lead you to places you have never seen before – though you may visit them every day.” […]