Stockholm’s syndrome (2)

Later I took a train to Stockholm. I managed to see a bit of Sweden’s country side, with its forests and lakes. My first intention was to do a road trip, but I had no much time for that this time. Would have been great to get lost somewhere in the west Swedish coast… Stockholm, such a beautiful city. It was a pity seeing that is full of cranes and road works, but aside this, I truly enjoyed wandering the small alleyways and streets of the old town and see such amazing architecture in such a nice light. I visited Fotografiska, possibly the best photography gallery I’ve ever been. Some really cool exhibitions of an interesting fashion photographer, and another one more into surreal stuff, or just everyday pictures around Paul McCartney’s life and friends where there. And from the restaurant on top, beautiful views of Stockholm islands. The weather was sunny, but a bit cooler though. Again, images of a bleak white winter came to my mind…

The best thing about the short trip was being able to meet with some old friends, share with them some time and catch up about our lives. Last months (or years I would say!) in London have put me in a very introspective mood and I really needed to know about other people, even those I don’t know about since ages, and acquire some perspective and distance from my own issues and life.

Speaking of which, I have moved to another area of London and I am really happy about it. I think my previous one was not a good place for me. A bit too far from everything that interests me most, I believe. More pictures soon, from London, from Israel, from other places I’ve visited in the last years, that somehow have made a memory in me (and I have very good memory, someone told me once… kind of a blessing and a curse at the same time). In the meantime, please have look at my instagram, at my prints shop and let me know if any of my pictures would look nice in your living room ;)


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