I had the pleasure of taking pictures of Jonny while he was surfing. You paid 25 euros and could surf for an hour. Pretty amazing to see how much Jonny improved during that hour. I did not when I tried. Let’s not talk about how terrible I was trying this… Hopefully I’ll manage better next time. Maybe
This year, my tanning vacation was lazily spent in Spain, at the island called Palma de Mallorca. Me and Jonny had the coolest hotel in Magaluf, which probably was the most mature place in the whole area, considering that 1 minute away you found drunk British and Swedish youths crawling down the streets. It was rather interesting seeing people in a party mood like this, as well as all the half naked ladies working here. I was tricked into thinking I was in the UK now and then.
On our way to Hahn airport
I really loved our hotel. They played some really good deep house tunes all day long. It was really refreshing waking up to the vibes from the speakers outside our balcony, as well as seeing people surf on artificial waves in the hotel area.
It didn’t take us more than 3 minutes to walk down to the beach- which was perfect!
It was rather difficult finding good places to eat, and even more difficult finding Spanish food, but now and then we managed to find some delicious meals. I also discovered how delicious Koppaberg Strawberry and Lime is. My new favorite summer drink <3
Yet again Jonny is in Luxembourg at his parents’ house for the summer vacation. Luxembourg is so beautiful in the summer and I absolutely love spending time there. I didn’t really take a lot of pictures here either, but I’ll show you what I got.
Here are some pictures from a wedding I had on Friday. My friend, whom I’ve been a classmate with since first year of university got married. Really happy for her and I feel so honored to be her wedding photographer.
It took us a little while before we became really good friends. Both of us were pretty scared of each other. No need to be scared of this girl tho, she’s the best.
I’m trying to get the hang on perspective. Hard but fun.
Been doing some art this weekend, so I’m showing you the result here :)
This one took me about an hour. Used a reference picture of Jonny painting this one. I tried to go for Artgem’s dynamic style, but I must admit that it’s hard letting go of the control and all. So hard making my paintings look dynamic.
This is the work in progress from me and Anne Marte’s collaboration. I’ve sent the drawing back to her agian so she can continue. I think we’re starting to reach the end of this very soon. So fun to work with! :D On this version I’ve painted a lot on the forest, water and stones etc. Looking forward seeing what Anne Marte does to it next.
Here are some earlier updates from Anne Marte’s blog:
I drew this portrait a while ago and forgot to upload it here :) Better late than never I guess :)