3 years has gone - how to restart a blog?

"Summer field"

It has been 3 years, 4 months and 16 days since my last blog post or in internet speech - Forever!

Much has happened since then. I have moved from the most beautiful island in the world - Greenland back to Copenhagen in Denmark, become a father to an amazing son. A son turning one today actually.

But I have also been through a photographic turmoil from an artistic and personal point of view.

Thus many things individually would likely have caused me to temporarily pause my postings, but the combination and chain of events ccasued this +3 year blackout.

I am however back blogging with what i hope to be at least once a week and I have stories and topics to last for years.

Future posts will fall in one of 5 categories:

"Defining Images"
Focus on an individual image and how and where it fits into my photographic journey.
I will strive to keep it in a cronological order, but I cannot promise to be 100% successful.

Short stories or long reports on larger journeys from Greenland and the rest of the world.
Photography will likely play a signinficant role.

"Photographic Musings"
Thoughts on all things photographic of nature, topics related to photographic equipment, specific films, photographic genres, state of the industry. trends in my personal photography, etc.

"At Work"
Stories and blog posts related to professional photography work, be it wedding reports, aviation photography reports or stories from other assignments I feel involve a story fitting for this blog.
Alongside thoughts on working in the field of photography.

"A Random Image"
A single image with or without a short story I find fit for purpose of this blog.

 The image "summer field" is from around the time of my last post and a such an example of a random image and a warm pleasant memory on a cold winter evening.

The portrait of me is from a trip to the UK and quite fit for the topic of having been offline for 3 years,

The image "Frozen leaf" below is another random image, but a rather recent one, a  fallen leaf frozen and beautiful on in the cold shade on a cold morning. A rich combination of subtle colours, stark contrast and a multitude of textures.

Thanks for reading.

"Frozen leaf"

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