Maria-Thérèse Sommar, fotograf i Härnösand och Höga Kusten

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

In the studio / I ateljén

Yesterday I had a lovely time in Umeå, in the north of Sweden. I bought some new paint brushes and teeny tiny seahorses. Today I'm home again and I find myself surrounded by purple, black and white. Isn't it funny sometimes how you start noticing patterns you didn't know were there...

Igår hade jag en jättefin dag i Umeå. Köpte nya penslar och pyttesmå sjöhästar. Idag är jag hemma igen och har upptäckt att jag har massor av lila, svarta och vita saker i närheten. Visst är det konstigt ibland hur man kan se mönster man inte visste fanns...
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amanda said...

i love moments like that, as if your eyes have opened wider.

Heather said...

Yes! I like wandering around with my camera taking photos of odd beautiful things.

Love the pic of the paints especially.

afiori said...

"as if your eyes have opened wider" - yes, exactly!

and heather - I was thinking of doing this as an assignment, "find a pattern"... It's almost magical the way you start noticing something - or if you hear about a certain unusual thing and start to see it everywhere...

Loza_midnightrose said...

Hi! I came here by way of a comment you left on a collage of mine earlier on flickr - I am really inspired by your blog, It's beautiful! And I'm trying to give myself more time and opprtunity to be creative lately so I think I may take up some of your assignments!

It's amazing what you see when you take the time time to really look, too much of the time people go about their daily lives without taking any notice of their surroundings, and it often happens to me to hear of something for the first time and then hear of it again several times within a short space of time. Like vaguely coincidently, I got back from travelling in Sweden last week!

afiori said...

and now, midnightrose, it's midnight in Sweden! :)
Thanks for your lovely comments!

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