This morning started with the car not starting. Kaoz! But all is well that ends well and I actually managed to drop off Love and his friends at Peace & Love in Borlänge this afternoon.
The daily photo project was something that started back in the days, inspired by heroes such as Jonathan Keller. From the beginning the daily photos where taken with the iSight camera in my MacBook, today I use the Everyday app in my iPhone. The central theme is to keep track of my daily decay and by doing that keeping aging at bay. You'll find my more recent daily photos on Flickr. Taken with the Everyday app: http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=everyday&w=64814251%40N00&s=rec
I just realized that the Everyday app makes mirrored images. That might, actually have something to do with why everyone else thinks these portraits look so weird… Anyhow. I mirrored this one back.
Any Swede who isn’t the least hung over today is welcome to throw the first stone.
Midsummer’s eve. On this day all of Sweden will be found out in the country side. I’m no exception. But I do seem to be a bit uncomfortable in the bright midsummer light, don’t I?
I clearly need to do something about the timing of these daily photos. I think I look better during afternoons.
Tired, out with the dogs, in the bright lights of Stockholm. Need to do something about that hair.
Thanks to Everyday, an excellent little iPhone app, I’m back with the daily photo experiment. Yay!
On Sunday, we have elections here in Sweden, and for the first time ever, a nationalistic, xenophobic party – Sverigedemokraterna – seems to have a chance of entering the Swedish parliament.
Catching a cold in Klackberg.
At work here at Reco.se, in my brand new No Lingo t-shirt. If you wonder about the moustache I’m participating in the fight against prostate cancer. By the way, It looks as if I have to clean the lense on my MacBook. Wonder how? Got any tips on that?