There is a huge gap between living in the 1990s and living in the 2000s. From music to fashion, you name it. Also, people's perception of beauty has changed drastically and so the rise of the health experts as well is dramatic. Life before was not that complicated because people did not give a shit … Continue reading Sweets Can Kill You
Last Thursday, I had a date with my girl friend Michelle. Met her in town, we took a cup of coffee and talked about lots of stuff. Then a friend of us finally joined us and we had this conversation about self improvement. It's not that much actually but I'm glad to have met these … Continue reading A Date with Michelle
I'm dreaming of you Your warmness is just homey Oh dear Mister Sea!
Or 17.mai as we call it here is Norway's biggest event. On the same day in 1814, the Constitution was signed in Eidsvoll and this year marks the 200th year of having its very own constitution. Every year, 17.mai is celebrated by long parades and numerous festivities. People wear their national costumes and wave the … Continue reading Norwegian Constitution Day
Life has never been fair to us. Dreadful things could happen to us anytime. Whether we like it or not, some things are almost impossible to leave behind. Experiences whether good or bad never leave without a trace, but most of the time it is the bad that still remains in our minds and shape … Continue reading Scarred For Life
Nope! I'm not the one getting married but my friends are. These are just two of the many shots I took of them a couple of weeks ago. I'm happy that they asked me to be their "official photographer" on their big day. However, I don't think I'm so good at this. I mean I've … Continue reading It’s Official!
Never been in Japan but I've learned to love the Japanese culture because of my exposure to their films, tv shows and cartoons. I have also learned some Japanese words because of the anime song themes. I'm also a big fan of Japanese architecture. It's very neat and minimalistic but definitely an eyecatcher. Anyway, … Continue reading Japan Feeling in Stavanger