Norwegian seaweed harvester with an eye on the details


Norwegians often claim themselves to be not typically very social on the whole.  But they’re willing to help, even if that means exchanging no words in the process.  In three years of coming back and forth here, from my personal experience, I still don’t buy into that...


We did not find wild watercress in Michigan (see my previous post), but learned of it a week after we returned, at our local farmers market.  We talked to the farmer at Green Acres and learned that wild watercress grows around streams, at the edges of her farm.  It’s t...


A few weekends ago, I flew down to Fort Lauderdale to meet my Trondheim derby friends at the the Beach Brawl roller derby tournament.  What was special about the weekend was it that included teams not only from the southeastern U.S., but also Scandinavia, the U.K. and...


“You learn a lot about someone when you share a meal together.”  - Anthony Bordain


You also learn a lot about a place when you share in its food. 


Despite the skepticism of many who warned I wouldn’t find much more than lutefisk and reindeer in Norway, I was determined...



I’m looking at the 4565 photos I’ve just downloaded, re-living my two-week, dream trip to Norway.  Shooting that massive amount of images means I’ll be editing for a few weeks, but wanted to put up a post with some shots to preview (keep scrolling!) this incredible co...



A crazy busy travel season for roller derby has prevented me from shooting many weddings in the last year.  So when it worked out I would be able to shoot Lynn and Tom’s wedding in Fredonia, Wisconsin, I was ecstatic. Knowing both of them well as creatives, I was cert...

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