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Twosomeness

by Carl Frederik Waage Beck on august 2, 2010

Staying together doesn’t just happen. It takes an effort to combat the threats that lurk in the corner. Whether external or internal, they still need to be fought.

Mundane issues become problems, questions become accusations, insecurity becomes certainty.
When it works, everything is rosy, when it doesn’t – hell.
Cognition is what separates us from cows. But God, they do look peaceful.

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Merry green XMAS

by Carl Frederik Waage Beck on december 30, 2009

Dear friends,

I have been busy celebrating xmas the past few weeks, so as you might have noticed there has not been much activity here on the Paintshooter blog. A merry xmas to you all! I hope you have all had a great time with friends and family. I sure enjoy this time of year. Long evenings, time to talk, reflect and think forward.

Ever since I started shooting with my new Canon 7d, I have been fascinated by the world of HDR photography. I am really excited about the amazing light and colour that this technique enables and I hope to bring you plenty of this type of photography on this blog in the near future.

For now though you’ll have to make do with a “standard dynamic range” photo from Vankiva, Sweden where I spent some days with my family yesterday.

New years resolution? Well you know one of mine.

Happy new year!

Green XMAS From Photography by Carl Frederik Waage Beck

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