A fascinating phenomenon in capturing climbing is how the lens at times wants to focus on the chalk flowing in the air rather than at the actual climber. This often appears once you download the picture on to the computer. At times it can be frustrating, but sometimes it can create a certain mood in … Mer Picture flashback: Out of focus on ”Trähästen”
Fortunately climbers do not tend to be completely obsessed with being muscular or having perfect bodily symmetry.. Most of the time. But of course a lot of us also have a well developed back area that we, maybe luckily enough, seldom gaze upon. Perhaps that would make us all too narcissistic and take away the … Mer Picture flashback: Muscles on ”Dogma” 7A
The fall is a great time to collect fruits and berries right from your backyard! Some fruits grow all over regardless if it’s in the city or on the countryside. When visiting the west coast this weekend I collected rosehip (nypon) and rowanberries (rönnbär) that both contain massive amounts of vitamins, antioxidants and other great … Mer Treasures of autumn!
A small big wall is what you could call the left wall of Välseröd in Bohuslän. Stefan and Petter climbing laps on easy to moderate routes on this 60 meter rock for endurance in preparation for Yosemite in a month. As always their climbing is impressive and I stand in awe of their bravery as … Mer Picture flashback: Välseröd the small big wall
Everyday life has its charm.. But I feel happier than ever when visiting Bohuslän where I can climb, swim, train and spend time with friends. This weekend gave me a well needed brake after working full time for a month after I got back from Bohuslän in the middle of july. On friday I practiced … Mer Weekend back in Bohuslän
I am not sure wether or not it is the actual fall I fear so intensely or if it is a fear of heights, being above the bolt looking down..? Either way I have a plan to make it easier from now on, I hope.. So far I have had the wrong approach, trying to … Mer Expand my comfort zone, one step at a time.