M on a bench in the December sun outside his country home in Frauental, frenetically petted by P and J. Life is good.
D and M on a synchronized walk to see the moose in Slottskogen on a typical Göteborg mid winter day, 1st of January 2018.
M is commuting to work through the cold winds, snow covered and generally unreliable cycling paths of Oslo on his (electric) bike. Let’s make 2018 the year we are all cycling to work… but it’s very slippery out there, watch out!
Gooood juul / Merrrrrry Xmas says E in a quickly improvised Jultomten aka Santa Claus outfit… and even more quickly revealed by the children “It’s mum!”
M walks S who got cold feet about this walk.
E is ice skating for the first time with a little help of a pretty clever support (which also doubles as a hockey goal) and her mother.
P took us for a walk around Hilmteich, and saw Volker Giencke’s Botanical Garden on the way. Very cool.
A-L cutting a “perfect” specimen christmas tree from the hedge. Merry christmas!
R smoking his pipe, gazing into the horizon over lake Vänern.
E and E out on a walk in the rain somewhere on a gravel road near Lödöse
Went up the hill to Café Himmelreich with G and B. Sadly it was closed, but we still got a fantastic view over the city covered in fog in the evening sun.
A Snowy day and D is walking quickly with his fancy valise to have a Reininghaus beer while watching C eat hirn mit ei.
Skalgubbar wishes a retroactive merry christmas to you all! Probably the poorest and fastest disguised santa claus in the world came to visit this christmas… with a stocking as “monoglove” and a paper sack from the supermarket. Luckily, the holiday is over for this time.
C is watching the crazy stuff made by Facteur Cheval.
L studying the Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval
I met up with J and T last week, just the day before my flight left for Lyon. See you in six months guys!
Merry Xmas! Me and the girls took the black sled out for a spin in Vänersborg.
Roughly half of the matter space studio on a walk up to Guldheden, looking at the building site which is to be covered in rind before christmas.