Monday, March 28, 2011


What I like most about digital photography is the ease of doing it.
I've tried my hand at most artistic disciplines and they all require large amounts of work.

But work is not fun, and creativity should be fun.

What digital photography has given to me as a creative person is the lack of work...

All I really have to do is to go out into the world (or stay home), point the camera and press the button.


Panzer: Sdkfz 251/16 Flammpanzerwagen, Ausf C
One of the many specialist vehicles build around the Sdkfz 251 (23 in all by 1945), in this case mounting two flamethrowers, one on each side of the vehicle.

Monday, March 21, 2011


I always bring my camera when I leave my home.
Sometimes, I like to take a short stroll around the neighbourhood,
and don't bring the camera.
It's nice to be "free", to relax and not think about taking photos.
But, usually I bring the camera when I leave my home.
Seeing something you really want to photograph, and missing the chance to do it.
That can really eat at you.

Panzer: Panzers
Groups of vehicles during manoeuvres in summer 1943, mainly Panzer III's and Wespe SP artillery. Note the platoon of Tigers in the background.

Monday, March 14, 2011


If you read Danish and like comicbooks, you are much like me.

I love you.

Find others like you (and me, the one who loves you and others like you) at

Panzer: Tiger I (early production)
Oustanding photo of a Tiger on the Eastern front in summer 1943.
The style of the turret numbers suggests the Tiger belonged to S.pz.abt 503.

Monday, March 07, 2011


Checketh ye out the blog of Husk Mit Navn - the renowed Danish artist who started out doing grafitti and street art and now show in prestigious galleries when he is not designing übercool decor for trendy cafes and bars...and to top it off, his real name and identity is UNKNOWN to the public - he could be HKHK for all we know!

Panzer: Sdkfz 250/1
Participating in the same maneuvres as the photo posted last week. Note that the crew are wearing the field grey "sturmartellerie" wrapper and not the black panzer version worn by the crew in the previous photo.