Weekend in Stockholm
A couple of weeks ago we stopped for a while in the capital of Stockholm. It was some great days of summer in the capital. I try to come here a couple of times each season, but it is especially beautiful during this season.
Shot on the Fujifilm X-Pro2 and lenses of 14, 35 and 56 mm.
Many of the locals tend to head off to their summer retreats, making the city very quiet and calm. Walking the streets up and down, exploring new areas and neighborhoods is a real treat. Stopping here and there for a coffee, following some new trails from Drift Magazine and their new Stockholm issue. Been a fan of their magazine for a long time so it was really nice to see how they had explored Stockholm which is quite familiar to me.
One of the places I always make sure to visit while in Stockholm is Fotografiska, where everything revolves around photography in one way or another. It's just a great place, regardless if you're into photography or not. Nice bar and restaurant as well.
Exhibitions change every 8-10 weeks or so and this time we were intrigued by Nick Brandts "Inherit the Dust" in which he revisits East Africa in a very special way. More info over here.
Also, Bryan Adams "Exposed" proved to be a very striking series as well. Perhaps our "favorite" of the exhibitions this time around. I snapped a couple frames of his work here in monochrome. On display until the 25ht of September.
Stockholm, always a pleasure. Until next time (which may be the 1st of October when up there shooting a wedding!)