This is a very close friend of mine, and her husband. They got married a number of years ago, and I took the liberty to demand taking their wedding photographs.

Now, these wedding photographs are no more special than any other. They portray a couple deeply in love, which I believe can be seen quite clearly.

Yet, some people are deeply provoced by this.


Because of the obvious; my friend is in a wheelchair, and her husband is not.

And the (to me) both weird and highly amusing thing is that those being most provoced by this, are other people with physical disabilities.

To me, there’s no difference between a person with any sort of disability, and a person with “normal” functionality.

And regardless, we are all deserving of love. We are all deserving to show our love in public. It doesn’t matter who we love.

But some people – both disabled and able, are so provoced by this, they end friendships, get physically and verbally violent towards those who show signs of affection towards each other, should one be disabled and the other one not.

The world is an odd place, my friends.

Personally, I think that the world might be a better place if everyone were a bit more accepting.

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If you’re not into BDSM and Femdom (Female domination) yourself, it is my strong belief that there are many, many misconceptions, prejudices et cetera, on what it actually is.

The stereotype of a dominant woman is she’s either lesbian and very butch, or she’s a Dominatrix, thus clad in leather and/or latex, stiletto heels, wears a strap-on and carries a whip.

While there are of course dominant women who do exactly that, there are many who don’t. Most dominant women are just regular people with desires that reach beyond the vanilla realm.

There is also, I believe, the misconception that a dominant woman is so for the pleasure of any submissive man. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Another thing I believe many people think, rather than actually know, is that BDSM, regardless of what you’re into, is about sex.

While, of course, sex is a large part of the BDSM world, it most certainly is not the only thing that matters. Many people have desires and needs not connected to sex at all, or can be played on with sexual means, but is not the main goal or end game.

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When I was a child, my paternal grandparents rented a cottage outside the town where they lived. Behind the cottage, there was a forest in which I played all the time when I was there.

And everywhere I turned, I could see those tiny places where all the fairies, nymphs and trolls lived.

This idea has stayed with me ever since, combined with my very strong belief in the raw, magical power in Earth and nature itself.

In this type of photography, I look for patterns, details, entrances to the homes of fairies seen through a child’s eyes. I look for magic, the way I see it – and it’s right there, if you just look.

It’s breathtaking.

There will be more of this. These are only a small portion of the older photographs of nature (mainly trees) that I have. I’ll post more down the road, and even do some new ones for you to enjoy.

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This is Tone. She was born and named Thomas. Last summer, she came out as a transwoman, and chose the name Tone for herself.

Since then, we meet regularily to document her transition through photography.

I can’t even begin to tell you how exciting it is to see the changes that keep happening. It’s amazing.

These are photographs from the journey we’ve done together, so far. We met the first time on July 26, 2022. Tone was more man than woman back then.

Today, it’s hard to believe she’s the same person I met last year. I think of Thomas as a twin brother who has passed away. Especially since I’ve only known Tone as Tone.

I hope this project keeps going for a really long time.

I post new photographs of Tone at one of my swedish blogs (can be translated into numerous languages).


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there is poetry, rythm and music within the photograph.


step into my world for a while, and experience it with me.


due to mental illness, i am retired from work. i do have a background as a portrait/wedding photographer, as well as one in art history.


i am heavily influenced by photographers active in the 19th century, as well as more modern ones. but mainly, i have my own way of seeing the world.