Deadly numbers

Someone (not a Norwegian) told me (a Norwegian) that mass shootings are far worse in Norway than in the States. They backed their claim with the statistics linked below[1], where Norway outranks USA by a factor of 21 (1.888 against 0.089 dead per million people, respectively). So, any claim that Norway is a safer country... Continue Reading →

A book in the hand…

When everything goes digital, I think that it is books and vinyl records that I will miss the most. How do we make things last, make our knowledge and our works of fiction more durable than ourselves? The more advanced the technology we use for information storage, the more difficult for future generations of researchers... Continue Reading →

Lens to lens

June 11, 2004 Here the photographer was photographing the photographing photographer's photographing mother photographing the photographing photographer. It's a bit like when you set up two mirrors facing each other; you get an infinite series of reflections, bouncing back and forth at the speed of something really fast. The only true difference is grammar. Well,... Continue Reading →

Red Twins

Random sighting of two ancient communication enclosures in Manchester, England, shortly prior to the Great Continental Exodus of the early Third Millennium, CE. Click to view larger version on Flickr ~ · ~“That belongs in a museum!”— Dr. Henry Jones, Jr.~ · ~ The apparent likeness to similarly sized and shaped portable enclosures for personal... Continue Reading →

Older photo from the back archives. Click image for a larger view on “I … was … here.” A temporary signature, on a slightly less temporary canvas, by a temporary being, in a slightly less temporary world. None of this is permanent. Photography is about capturing moments, as, if or when they happen. Mostly... Continue Reading →

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