Beautiful photos from 2018

2018 has been a painful year, even though new knowledge is still teaching me how to better understand and manage.

In memory of 2018, I am sharing the most beautiful shots I took this year.

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View from the window

We are still in January and naturally been spending a fair amount of time indoors.

Whether it is in our nature to be looking ahead or instilled by the tradition of looking out at vistas, the landscape is our place of contemplation, connection and restoration.

We have in modern times moved away from trying to beautify it. In the 80’s and 90’s work by photographers like Martin Parr and Willie Doherty showed us our reality of urbanisation with landscapes littered by rubber tires and eye blinding beach accessories offending the natural flow of a beachy landscape.

In our sense of voyerism, I have been fighting my own struggle of being in a city whereas I feel being in nature is my call.

To balance this feeling I recorded the landscape as it changes with the weather from my office window. It doesn’t talk about the environment our damage to it or any of that. It is what you see, and with little description, I invite you to be part of that experience.

Winter cabin

With Christmas out of the way, and still some months of winter to experience, there is more to winter than the year end holidays. 

The world offers immense beauty during the colder months of the year. 

From decorative barren tree branches, to the snowcapped mountains, the beauty of the season is an ample playground of new games and viewpoints to explore. 

Living in London means we get small glimpses of winter prettiness in the parks and from buildings offering high views accross and over the city and suburbs. 

Over time I saved photos of winter experiences I would love to materialise on winter cabin on Pinterest

Before making another dream come true in northest north of Norway, here are a few shots of winter beauty others inspired us with.